The big July Update for the game adds quite a bit of new content and also brings the option to buy cars using real money.
Gran Turismo Sport released more than a year ago, but it still remains successful, having recently crossed the milestone of having more than 5 million players. The big update for July was teased some time ago and now that it’s out, we know of all the details regarding what it brings to players.
The update brings several new cars, including the notable Mercedes AMG F1. Along with this, an original track, inspired by the Sainte-Croix Lake, has also been added to the game. As far as new customization goes, players will now be able to apply decals to Racing Suits and Helmets, while these could only be recoloured before the update. Furthermore, the update also adds microtransactions to the game, as cars which cost less than 2 million credits in the game can be bought directly from the PlayStation Store with real money. Apart from all of the new content, the update also brings various other fixes and improvements to the game.
You can see more details on the update (as provided by Polyphony Digital) along with a video on it below.
8 new models, including the Mercedes F1 and Mazda 787B, will be added.
The new ‘Circuit de Sainte-Croix’, with 6 geometric layouts, will be added.
・’Circuit de Sainte-Croix’ (A/B/C)
Circuit de Sainte-Croix – A: Total Length: 9,477m, Elevation Change: 44m, Number of corners: 19, Longest Straight: 915m
This is an original track themed on the Sainte-Croix lake, which actually exists in the Provence region of Southern France. The long 10km course has various branches, and it is possible to select from 3 different layouts labeled A, B, and C respectively. The track contains corners comprised of geometric shapes such as 90 degree and radial corners. There is also a reverse layout to each.
The option to purchase cars from the PlayStation™Store will be added.
Cars that cost less than 2,000,000 in-game Cr. can now be purchased directly through the PS Store, in addition to your standard in-game purchase.
The service start date will vary depending on the region.
– Asia Region and Americas Region: July 30
– EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) Region and Oceania region: August 2
The ability to apply decals to Racing Suits and Helmets will be added.
Until now, Racing Suits and Helmets could only be recoloured. Decals can now also be applied to them.
The following 3 events will be added to the ‘GT League’:
In addition, new Rounds have been added to the following events: F150 Raptor Survival (Beginner League), 4WD Challenge (Amateur League), Vision Gran Turismo Trophy+ (Professional League) and Porsche Cup (Endurance League).
More additional features will be added.
The ‘Scenes Containing People’ collection, a special section of Spots suited for placing drivers, will be added. Furthermore, additional Scapes spots have been added to the ‘Tokyo Outer Ring Road, Chiba’ collection.