A new Gran Turismo 7 beta leak has revealed that Sony could hold a PlayStation Experience event soon.
Sony has regularly held State of Play events to announce or showcase upcoming titles. However, they aren’t the huge events that we are used to from Sony in the past.
Although, a new leak for the Gran Turismo 7 beta could have revealed that Sony is planning on holding another PlayStation experience event for the first time since 2018.
Gran Turismo 7 Beta Leak
Unfortunately, like the delay to God of War Ragnarok, Gran Turismo 7 has also been pushed back until next year. However, this won’t stop fans of the series from playing a beta of the game soon.
A new post on the ‘Experience PlayStation’ portion of the PlayStation website has revealed that the upcoming Gran Turismo 7 will be getting a beta later this year. However, this post seems to have been mistakenly added.
This is because to unlock a beta code for Gran Turismo 7, players need to watch the original demo trailer for the game. However, upon completing it, players only get a placeholder code that doesn’t work.
Not only does this mean that GT7 will be getting a beta soon, it also hints that Sony will be holding a PlayStation Experience event for the first time since 2018.
PlayStation Experience Leak – Is Sony Holding a PSX in 2021?
The reason why players believe that there will be a PSX event this year is because of the platform the Gran Turismo 7 beta quest is on. The ‘Experience PlayStation’ part of the website (and mobile app) has barely ever been used as it is for connecting players to the live PlayStation Experience events with limited-time promotions.
Therefore, Sony using this again would surely coincide with a return for PSX in 2021.
This event would be huge as we would almost certainly see more Horizon Forbidden West gameplay, alongside other huge games.
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