Yep. And some bonus cars/cash - and probably a different boxart for the disc version.So what is this, just a re-publishing of the game with all the updates included, right?
Most likely the game you've already got installed will simply read the disc as its license and boot up without any changes.So if we download the Spec II version to our current GTS game we will be moved back to version 1.39??
Or does that work for those who install the game for the first time?
Most likely option 2. Dumb question
Thanks! So, for me (and many of us) who already have the latest version of the game, Spec II will give 10 cars which I already have and just some Credits?Most likely the game you've already got installed will simply read the disc as its license and boot up without any changes.
If you don't already have the game installed - such as on a second PS4 - it'll install at 1.39, so you only have a couple of major updates to download. That'll be a bit of a timesaver.
And the time saving of not having to download 18 months of updates.OK so if the price is high I dont see the point, I mean, you can find the regular GT Sport version for as low as 20€, I dont think people would want to pay much more for just a few free cars and some in game cash.
That's in the article...
Cross post from the other thread:
Maybe Spec II also marks the end of GTS´s monthly free content as we know it.
I´d be OK with that. I feel like I´ve really gotten my money´s worth out of GT Sport.