Polyphony Digital seems to have tapped into the UK’s mindset this week. As millions of people return to work following the Monday holiday, they’ve got a serious case of the Tuesday Blues. The Mileage Exchange reflects that.
Yes, it time for another minor update in the GT Sport Mileage Exchange. As last week saw a refresh of all items, including the cars, this week it’s everything but cars.
That means you’ve got another week to pick up the BMW M4 Safety Car and Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X Gr.B Road Car if you haven’t already. They’re still available at the 4,000Mi discount price, although Polyphony Digital immediately increased the price the last time we mentioned it was a very long-term sale period.
Although all of the wheels have previously made an appearance, it’s an unusual line-up this week. Ordinarily the list is quite varied, but this week it only contains two manufacturers: BBS and American Racing. There’s four wheels from the latter, and in both cases it’s the majority of the game’s offerings from each brand.
The decal and helmet selections are again old items. Neither had a particularly large range of items in the first place, so these have been rolling round since just about two weeks into the game’s life. The four poses on offer are also recycled, which still leaves at least two missing since the update that brought new avatars.
That just leaves the paints. Just as last week was heavy on the repeated reds, this week we’ve got a bevy of blues — all of which we’ve seen before. Both manufacturer paints (Audi Sepang Blue and Honda Nouvelle Blue) are also blue. That leaves just six slots for new paint items. Ultimately this isn’t much of a surprise, as we’re nearly at the end of the possible list of paints, after 10 months.
These items will remain available until 0859 UTC on September 4. The Exchange will then refresh entirely, including the cars — which we anticipate will change to the Subaru WRX Gr.B Road Car and Mercedes-AMG GT Safety Car.
If you still need to pick up some Mi points for the Exchange’s items, check out our tips and tricks on how to get quick Mi points via the Achievements.
GT Sport Mileage Exchange – August 28-September 4
- BMW M4 Safety Car – Gr.X – 4000 Mi
- Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X Gr.B Road Car – N500 – 400 Mi
- BBS RI-D (Chrome) – 100 Mi
- BBS RI-D (Silver) – 100 Mi
- BBS RI-D (Black) – 100 Mi
- BBS RI-S (Chrome) – 100 Mi
- BBS RI-S (Silver) – 100 Mi
- BBS RI-S (Black, silver rim) – 100 Mi
- BBS RI-A (Silver) – 100 Mi
- BBS RI-A (Chrome) – 100 Mi
- BBS RI-A (Gold) – 100 Mi
- BBS RI-A (Black) – 100 Mi
- BBS RS (Silver) – 100 Mi
- BBS LM-R (Silver) – 100 Mi
- American Racing VN500 (Black) – 100 Mi
- American Racing VN427 (Black, silver rim) – 100 Mi
- American Racing VN427 (Silver) – 100 Mi
- American Racing AR61 (Silver) – 100 Mi
- Kill Switch 02 – 100 Mi
- Extinguisher Switch 02 – 100 Mi
- TOW 01 – 100 Mi
- Arai GP-6 Metallic GT – 2000 Mi
- Arai GP-6 Metallic – 2000 Mi
- Driver Pose 10 – 500 Mi
- Driver Pose 11 – 500 Mi
- Driver Pose 12 – 500 Mi
- Driver Pose 13 – 500 Mi
- Sepang Blue, pearl effect – 500 Mi
- Nouvelle Blue Pearl – 500 Mi
- B4 Chrome (Blue) – 1000 Mi
- B5 Chrome (Blue) – 1000 Mi
- B6 Aluminum Met. (Blue) – 500 Mi
- B7 Large Flakes (Blue) – 500 Mi
- B8 Matte Metallic (Blue) – 500 Mi
- B8 Candy Met. (Blue) – 500 Mi
- POG1 Colorshift – 500 Mi
- P3 Dark Flakes S (Purple) – 500 Mi
- P4 Liquid Met. (Purple) – 500 Mi
- P5 Matte Fluorescent (Pink) – 500 Mi
- K1 Matte (Gray) – 500 Mi
- W4 Matte (Gray) – 500 Mi