A new update is now available for Gran Turismo 5, version 2.10. Weighing in at 55MB, it contains the all-new 2014 Corvette Stingray, just announced with a dramatic new video trailer at the 2013 North American International Auto Show.
Note that to drive the new Corvette, you will need to first acquire it in your local PlayStation Store (it’s free). Different regions update at different times, so if you don’t see it in your region yet, keep checking back.
Here is the complete list of documented changes as reported by Polyphony Digital:
- Adjusted performance point calculations to correct an issue where the speed of cars in races with PP (Performance Point) restrictions would be matched unfairly.
- Adjusted the engine sound of the Honda Weider HSV-010(Super GT) ’11.
- Improved the force feedback control of the Thrustmaster TS500RS Steering wheel controller to improve steering feel. This improvement will allow more precise countersteer on dirt and while drifting.
As always, stop by our Gran Turismo 5 forum for more analysis and discussion of all the changes.