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Update: A patch has rolled out, available for download now. However, it appears the Gran Turismo 7 servers are still offline for now.
It appears the Gran Turismo servers have been down for 24 hours after the devs noticed an issue with the 1.07 patch. On March 17, the devs published social media posts and a news article on the game’s website, detailing there would be a two-hour maintenance. However, it seems that the servers are yet to come on as the devs work away at the critical errors within 1.07.
At the time of writing, the patch was due to complete 28 hours ago, but there has since been no news on its completion. The only thing the developers have mentioned so far is that they are working on addressing the patch over on the game’s website talking about extended maintenance. The devs said they will update the page when they have news on the completion time. As it stands, that page has not been updated since March 17.
As long as the servers are down, players wanting to progress cannot do so. The servers are directly linked with account progression, meaning players cannot earn money to process their garages or compete in the usual GT7 goodness.
If you are still wanting to scratch that itch, then the arcade mode in the game is still active. Players can do custom races, including racing the cars in your garage already. It’s the only real way of being able to play your account or the very basic features of the game at the moment.
We recommend keeping an eye on the GT7 socials and website for those eager to get back on the game. It is here you will likely get an update on when the Gran Turismo 7 servers status goes back live. We will keep an eye closer to this story, and update the article if there are any updates to the servers and completion time.
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