Gran Turismo 7 players around Europe are waking up today — an hour later than usual — to find themselves on the receiving end of a curious bug in the game: completing Daily Workout mileage will not award them a Roulette Ticket.
Some GT Sport players are experiencing a rather unusual bug right now affecting one of the key ‘microreward’ mechanisms in the game. The issue affects the Daily Workout — also known as the Driving Marathon due to the 26.2-mile distance requirement — and prevents players gaining prize cars via this process.
Plenty of gamers are taking advantage of Black Friday sales right now. There’s few better opportunities to pick up a bargain new PlayStation 4, discounted copy of GT Sport, and cheap PS Plus subscription.
In recent months, Polyphony Digital has been adding a new wet weather condition variant to a number of GT Sport’s tracks. We first saw it at the World Tour event in Germany, with the wet Red Bull Ring. Since then the team has also added some dampness to Tokyo Expressway and, just last week, the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps debuted with rain as standard.
The latest update for Gran Turismo 6 has just been released, and it’s an interesting one: bringing with it a new Vision GT car – the second from Volkswagen – and officially confirms GT Academy 2015 with the addition of a new Special Event for this year’s competition (though it’s not yet officially started).