GT Sport Update 1.35 Arrives, Brings Bugfixes

Gran Turismo Sport 86 March 12, 2019 by

Polyphony Digital has released the next update for GT Sport.

As expected for a new game version following on so soon after a content update, it’s a small patch — coming in at 146MB — that addresses a handful of issues.

The notes for the update reveal two main targets. Firstly, the patch fixes an issue involving the point rankings from the FIA Online Championship Exhibition Series. This caused the points not to display correctly at the end of the season.

A second issue also involved the online mode, but in lobbies. This centered on a much slower vehicle refueling rate when the lobby owner loaded up saved lobby settings.

Of course as usual, Polyphony Digital also notes it has addressed “various other issues”. Keep an eye on our undocumented changes thread for more information.

The full patch notes read as follows:

An update for Gran Turismo Sport has been released. The following is a list of the main features introduced:
Main Features Implemented

1. Sport Mode
 - Fixed an issue wherein Point Rankings were not displayed properly.

2. Lobby
 - Fixed an issue wherein the refuelling speed was slower than intended when loading old Event Settings.

Other Improvements and Adjustments
– Various other issues have been addressed.

Thank you for your continued support and please continue to enjoy Gran Turismo Sport!

Players hoping for yet more content will have to wait for around two weeks. March 28 is the next scheduled content update, which will bring the new 2019 Super Formula SF19 cars to GT Sport.

You’ll also want to keep an eye on GTPlanet during the Paris World Tour event this weekend, where Polyphony Digital may reveal more — along with the plans for the 2019 FIA-Certified Online Championship season.

Featured image courtesy of okami11408.

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