Today Sony Interactive Entertainment and Polyphony Digital are releasing a new update to Gran Turismo Sport and revealed the full content of the patch.
First of all, we get seven new cars: the Ferrari F50 ‘95 (N500), the McLaren P1 GTR’16 (Gr.X), the BMW M3 Coupé ’07 (N400), the Tesla Motors Model S Signature Performance ’12 (Gr.X), the Pontiac Firebird Trans Am ’78 (N200), the Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray Sport Coupe (C2) ’63 (N400), and the Greddy Fugu Z (N300) for the Wangan Midnight fanatics among us.
Speaking of Wangan Midnight, we also get a new Tokyo Expressway Short Route track with both an inner and outer loop. It’s based around the real Shuto Expressway.
Seven new rounds have been added to the single-player GT league feature in Gran Turismo Sport:
- Beginner League
2 new rounds added to the “Nissan GT-R cup”.
- Amateur League
2 new rounds added to the “Real Circuit Tours”.
- Professional League
2 new rounds added to the “Mercedes AMG Grand Prix”.
- Endurance League
1 new round added to the “Gr.3 Endurance League”.
New spots have been implemented in the Peugeot-related section of Brand Central, and we also get new Holiday Scapes, which is a long-standing tradition of the series.
The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya has been added to the Circuit Experience feature of Gran Turismo Sport, and a FIA section has been added to the Museum.
You can check out a trailer and a few screenshots below. If you want to see more, you can also enjoy another look at the new track.
Gran Turismo Sport is currently available for PS4.