It’s here. The latest version of GT Sport has arrived, bringing with it new cars, tracks, and other features.
It’s a big one, weighing in at 4.2GB. Polyphony Digital spilled all the details yesterday, so we’ll do a quick recap here.
Up first are 13 cars. The baker’s dozen covers a wide range, with classic road cars like the BMW M3 and R33 Skyline rubbing shoulders with the Aston Martin DB11 and newest Nismo GT-R. There’s also a fair amount of race cars, including a trio of Super GT models, making up the new Gr.2 category. The full list:
- Aston Martin DB11 ’16 (N600)
- BMW M3 Sport Evolution ’89 (N200)
- Eckerts Rod & Custom Mach Forty (N800)
- Ford GT40 Mark I ’66 (N400)
- Gran Turismo Red Bull X2014 Standard ‘14 (Gr.X)
- Gran Turismo Red Bull X2014 Junior ‘14 (Gr.X)
- Honda RAYBRIG NSX CONCEPT-GT ‘16 (Gr.2)
- Lexus au TOM’S RC F ‘16 (Gr.2)
- Lexus RC F GT3 (Emil Frey Racing) ’17 (Gr.3)
- Mazda RX-7 GT-X (FC) ’90 (N200)
- Nissan GT-R NISMO ’17 (N600)
- Nissan MOTUL AUTECH GT-R ‘16 (Gr.2)
- Nissan SKYLINE GT-R V・spec (R33) ’97 (N300)
Alongside the new cars, Gran Turismo classic Tsukuba Circuit joins the track list. It features in at least one of the new GT League series that Polyphony has added — yep, there’s three new single-player series to complete.
Players with Sony’s VR headset have cause for celebration too, as a new VR Time Trial mode allows them longer drives inside their favorite cars.
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