They had this built already and chose to delay it for launch. There's no way they would have built this functionality within a month of launch so i'm really pleased that PD are delicately launching these features rather than shouting about them pre-launch like on GT6.
Weather will be next, I reckon
Lol, they're literally just rehashing the same game for 20 years. It's like I said, "sport" was a cover for simply not having much of a complete game ready for a close release date. Otherwise why would they now go against this so called new direction in the franchise?Great news for those that like a conventional career mode! I'm not one of them, but hey ho...
On a slight aside, I can now log in to the GT Sport Community on a PC/MAC - not sure if it's just after the latest Patch news
As much as any new content is welcome, especially free content, i feel PD's model of DLC is flawed. Instead of drip-feeding random, largely unrelated bits and pieces, they should bring out some more focused packs of content. Classic GT Tracks. Real World Tracks. 80's & 90's Japanese Cars. Classic Cars. A Ferrari Pack that includes Mugello and Fiorano circuits and a bunch of their most well known racing and FX cars. Stuff that can sway an undecider into purchasing the game.