New challenges added to GT League Events along with the ability to view previous rankings.
Still sour about the July update adding microtransactions to Gran Turismo Sport? Either way, Polyphony Digital continues to add new content with the latest update, adding eight new cars, a new track, and much more. The update is out on August 30th.
The new vehicles in question include:
The new track is the Red Bull Ring in Styria, Austria, and along with playing the full version, there’s a shorter version of the track included in the game as well. Both variations of the track have options to play them in reverse, adding a bit more variety. Players also receive three more challenges for GT League Events, which are the Beetle & Samba Bus Festa (Beginner), Group 3 Cup (Amateur), and Nostalgic 1979 (Professional).
You can also check out previous rankings via Sport Mode, check out the Zagato Museum, and even explore a special part of Cuba in Scapes. Overall, not a bad update, especially when you consider all the other content that’s been added till now, free of cost.