Rockstar announced Wednesday, September 19, that Red Dead Redemption 2’s online mode would enter open beta in November after the game is released October 26.
In the announcement Rockstar said Red Dead Online would use Red Dead Redemption 2 as a foundation to make it “ready to explore alone, or with friends.”
The new online mode will also receive “constant updates and adjustments” which makes it sound like Red Dead Online could be quite similar to Grant Theft Auto Online, which used GTA V as its foundation.
With the release of Gran Turismo 7 rumored to be in the next few months, we’ve compiled a list of all the tracks that have been confirmed as part of the upcoming Gran Turismo game.
Gran Turismo 7 is one of the most highly-anticipated games for the upcoming PlayStation 5. Racers everywhere have been waiting with bated breath for a confirmed release date, but with no official news yet, the hottest rumor is that it will be a ‘release’ title for the PS5.
In preparation for the hopefully upcoming release, we’ve put together a list of all the tracks that have been confirmed for Gran Turismo 7. These are tracks that have been seen either in gameplay trailers, or quick glimpses in the in-game maps we’ve seen on the official trailers.
Trial Mountain looks set to host a number of different championships.
Gran Turismo 7 full confirmed track list
During the trailers for Gran Turismo 7, a number of tracks can be seen. It appears that the tracks will be split into three categories based on their geographical location: Asia/Oceania, The Americas and Europe.
The Globe seen in the trailer also appears to confirm a few real-world locations based upon their geography alone.
Below is a full list of all the confirmed tracks in the upcoming release.
Trial Mountain Circuit
A firm fan-favorite, the return of Trial Mountain to Gran Turismo 7 will be a welcome sight. Long-time fans of the game were disappointed at its omission in GTSport, so even with a few revisions (such as a longer back straight) it will be a sure-fire early favorite circuit.
Ideal for those that prefer tight, technical courses over all-out power and long straights, Willow Springs has been confirmed as part of Gran Turismo 7. We only catch a quick glimpse of it during the trailer, but it is definitely there.
A number of fictional tracks were shown in the menu system during the announcement trailer.
The iconic Goodwood circuit will be making an appearance in Gran Turismo 7. While neither this or Brand Hatch are shown in their entirety, based upon the globe shown in the trailer, the geographic location of the two southern England tracks correspond to the real-world locations of these circuits.
This legendary English circuit blends sweeping, fast corners with all-out straightaways to keep drivers ‘on their toes’.
Omitted from GT Sport, the return of the legendary Daytona Speedway will make many fans of the Gran Turismo series very happy indeed. With a variety of layouts available, Daytona should prove to be a versatile track for a variety of different race classes.
Full confirmed track list so far:
Blue Moon Speedway
Northern Isle Speedway
Trial Mountain Circuit
The planet seen in the announcement trailer appears to give away some of the real-world track locations.
As mentioned, there are a number of locations that are all-but-confirmed based upon their locations showing up on the globe in the trailer. Those tracks are as follows:
Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace (Interlagos Circuit)
Autodromo Nazionale di Monza
Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
Circuit de la Sarthe
Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
Goodwood Motor Circuit
Red Bull Ring
WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca
As more information about track listings is released, we’ll be updating this article accordingly. Be sure to check back regularly for up-to-date news about the track list for Gran Turismo 7.