Gran Turismo 7 design contest will feature winning in-game liveries – GTPlanet

The official Gran Turismo channels have announced a competition that could see the best livery designers win the chance to race against personalities, and even have the liveries feature in-game.

The GT7 The design contest kicks off today and will run until Wednesday, March 23, and will ask players to create vehicle liveries inspired by the five content creators within Gran Turismo 7.

These creators will also act as judges for the entries dedicated to them. GT7 players should already be familiar with Bring Me The Horizon, the UK-based alternative metal band responsible for a cover of moon over the castlewhich you will find on the GT7 official soundtrack, Find your line. A second creator, David Adedeji Adeleke – or “Davido” – also features on the OST, as part of the track vroom.

YouTube/Twitch gaming streamer David Canovas Martinez, better known as “Grefg”, American rapper Faheem Rasheed Najm – or “T-Pain” – and Minecraft YouTuber Nathan “Unspeakable” Graham.

Players wishing to participate in the competition must create a livery in the GT7 Livery Editor which is, in a way, inspired by one of these creators. Once done and photographed – either in Scapes or a race review photomode – they must submit the livery on Instagram and/or Twitter, tagging the designer in question and including the hashtag #GT7DesignCompetition. Only your first participation counts, so take your time…

There are specific restrictions on the functionality of your liveries, although these are what you would expect. Designs may not contain anything that violates PlayStation Network’s Code of Conduct – nudity, profanity, abuse, harassment, violent imagery, etc. – and may not use third-party logos for which Sony does not have usage rights.

The contest is also only open to players who are 18 years of age or older and legally residing in Argentina, Canada, Chile, Colombia, France, Germany, Mexico, Spain, United Kingdom and United States. – but not in military territories, possessions and installations. outside of the 50 states and DC.

Once the competition is over, the creators will judge all entries submitted to them, drawing the winners by March 27. The five winning entries will then be showcased in custom in-game livery over a two-week period in April, while designers will be invited to a live race with the designer of their choice.

Martin E. Berry