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Gran Turismo Sport’s Latest Update Detailed; Adds 3 new Cars, 7 new GT League Rounds

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Gran Turismo Sport’s Latest Update Detailed; Adds 3 new Cars, 7 new GT League Rounds

The latest monthly update for Gran Turismo Sport drops later today, and Polyphony Digital has detailed everything players will be able to get their hands on.

In a post to the official PlayStation Blog made on Feb. 26, Polyphony Digital’s president Kazunori Yamauchi detailed all of the content coming to players via Gran Turismo Sport’s latest update, titled Patch 1.56.

Through it, players will have access to three new vehicles: The Aston Martin DBR9 GT1 2010, the Fiat 500 1.2 8V Lounge SS 2008 and the Nissan 180SX Type X 1996.

Each vehicle has been painstakingly recreated within the game, offering minute details fans of the legendary cars can pour over to their heart’s content. They each likewise offer their own advantages and disadvantages on the track, which players will have to learn and account for upon using them.

Gran Turismo Sport’s Patch 1.56 update will likewise introduce seven new rounds for players to choose from across each difficulty level and gameplay mode.

The Beginner League will see two new rounds added to the FR Challenge; the Amateur League will see two new rounds added to the Group 3 Cup; the Professional League will see two new rounds added to the Lamborghini cup; and the Endurance League will see one new round added to the X2019 Competition Endurance Series.

As with Gran Turismo Sport’s past updates, the update will come free of charge, and has a teaser trailer showing off all of the new content in motion. Fans of the series and enthusiasts for faithful recreations of legendary vehicles alike will want to view the teaser for themselves down below.

Gran Turismo Sport is currently available exclusively on PlayStation 4. For more on the game, check out the recent announcement regarding future patches for the game and how this year will see a much more modest flow of content as the next generation of hardware approaches.

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