Even for experienced drivers, Gran Turismo 7 features several challenging races that will have players begging for a bit more speed. This instance is most certainly guaranteed to occur when you’re racing online, and likely as you delve deeper into the game’s single-player campaign. Instead of spending countless credits to improve certain aspects of your car, it may be best to learn and master the art of drifting. Here’s what you need to do.
Successful drifts are mostly defined by the speed you can control while carving precise turns. To start drifting, continue at high speed while beginning to brake for a turn. Once you start cornering, use the handbrake by pressing the circle, which will cause the rear wheels to skid. You should continue this slide through the entire turn and then steer in the opposite direction to regain control and get your balance out of the car.
If you’ve tried drifting before, you may have noticed that your car is able to regain speed faster than it normally would, simply by braking on sharp turns – and that’s a great thing . So it’s important to remember that maintaining momentum (no matter how fast you’re going) is always better than full stops. We recommend players practice this process in the game’s Drift Trials mode, as you can take your time and even try again on a specific course if something goes wrong.
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