Smells like something from the pebble beach backlog to me perhaps. Maybe the Ferrari or the Maserati.For what it's worth, there's not many 10m+ cars from previous games left.
There's GT5's two Ferrari F1 cars (F2007, F10), which are unlikely. The Chapparal 2D and 2J were both 10m+ in GT5 but less in GT6, so possible but not hugely likely. And then there's the 1969 Ford GT40 race car.
We'll only know the update car count - if there's four, or if there's more - when Yamauchi posts the Twitter Silhouette.
I mean, I actually wrote about this within the article, but okay.
"Know" is a strong word when it comes to Gran Turismo, but those are the tracks in the calendar for those dates:How do you know?
Ok that makes sense."Know" is a strong word when it comes to Gran Turismo, but those are the tracks in the calendar for those dates:
(not totally intuitive, but click the right arrow next to "July" to move to August's schedule)
They could be placeholders, of course, but it looks more like the gaps are there for TBA cars rather than TBA tracks.
They're saving the fifth one for the next GT!ONLY 4 CARS!!! STANDARDS ARE SLIPPING!!!
Is what I would say if I was an 🤬 .
No circuit this time, 4 cars. The GT Sport is coming to the end of the road. I guess December 2019 to february 2020 will be the last update ever for this game.