GT Sport Update 1.28 Released: New Track, New Cars, New Events, & More

Gran Turismo Sport 786 September 26, 2018 by

The last week has been pretty exciting for Gran Turismo Sport players, and it all comes to a head today with the launch of the game’s latest update, version 1.28. Weighing in at 3.7GB, it sees the return of a popular Japanese race track, nine new cars, new GT League events, new scapes, and more.

In case you missed it, we already did a deep-dive on the most interesting new car in the update: the Porsche 911 GT3 (996). This car has a longer history in the GT franchise than most people realize: it was secretly hidden in Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec more than 17 years ago.

You could say the 2008 Porsche 911 GT3 (997) is the only truly new addition to the series, but there’s several other popular cars that we haven’t seen since GT6, as you’ll see in the full list below.

Fuji Speedway, of course, needs no introduction: it made its debut all the way back in Gran Turismo 4, and continues to be one of the fastest and most dangerous circuits in the world.

Here’s a closer look at all the new content and, as always, be sure to check our GT Sport forum as GTPlanet users uncover more undocumented tweaks and changes.

New Cars

  • Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ2 Carrozzata da Zagato CN.AR750106 1965 – Gr.X – 10,000,000cr
  • BMW M3 GT BMW Motorsport 2011 – Gr.3 – 450,000cr
  • Dodge Viper SRT10 Coupe 2006 – N500 – 100,000cr
  • Gran Turismo Racing Kart 125 Shifter – Gr.X – 10,000cr
  • Honda NSX Type R 1992 – N300 – 97,000cr
  • Mazda RX500 1970 – N300 – 500,000cr
  • Nissan Fairlady Z 300ZX Twin Turbo 2 Seater 1989 – N300 – 39,500cr
  • Plymouth XNR Ghia Roadster 1960 – N300 – 1,000,000cr
  • Porsche 911 GT3 (997) 2008 – N400 – 160,000cr
  • Porsche 911 GT3 (996) 2001 – N400 – 140,000cr

Official Change Log

1. Nine new car models.

2. The Fuji International Speedway, one of Japan’s fastest tracks, makes its debut. Most races are run in the F configuration, but there is also a GT shortcut layout, which is included in the game.

3. The following three events will be added to GT League:
■ The Passion of Dr. Wankel (Beginner League)
This special event features popular cars powered by rotary engines, also known as the Wankel, named after its creator.

■ Real Circuit Tours (Amateur League)
This race race series features non-racecars with 400ps or less on existing real world circuits.

■ Group 1 Cup (Professional League)
The Group 1 Champion match is a high-speed battle with cars equipped with cutting edge technology and aerodynamics.

Also, new rounds have been added to the following events: Stars & Stripes (Beginner’s League), J Sport Meeting (Amateur League), Mercedes AMG Grand Prix (Professional League), and the Gr.3 Endurance Series (Endurance League).

4. Even more features.
SCAPES
“Fuji Speedway” will be added to the special featured section.
CIRCUIT EXPERIENCE
“Red Bull Ring” will be added to the “Circuit Experience.”

There will be various other features, improvements and fixes implemented in this update. Please enjoy the continuing evolution of Gran Turismo Sport.

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