Gran Turismo Sport‘s last update, titled August Update 1.25, included a bunch of new cars, some additional tracks, a slew of GT League events, and more. And now, one month later, developers Polyphony Digitial has announced that GT Sport will see a similar update that’ll feature new cars, a new track, and additional GT League events.
Kazunori Yamauchi, the president of Polyphony Digital and the creator of Gran Turismo, took to the PlayStation Blog to break down GT Sport’s latest update, Patch 1.28. It’ll include nine new vehicles, the new Fuji Speedway track, and three new GT League events: The Passion of Dr. Wankel (Beginner League), Red Circuit Tours (Amateur League), and Group 1 Cup (Professional League). Lastly, the pit lane of Fuji Speedway can be used in Scapes mode, and last month’s Red Bull Ring will now appear in the circuit. This update is completely free and available now.
The last major update for GT Sport hit the track in December 2017. Titled Patch 1.10, the update included 12 additional cars, like the Ferrari Enzo Ferrari and Lamborghini Countach LP400. In addition to a dozen cars, the update also saw the introduction of the GT League, a new single-player game mode that features several different series of races to challenge, such as the Sunday Cup, Clubman Cub, and FF Challenge.
Our Gran Turismo Sport review said sim-racing fans will find that “it’s easy to look past the smaller car and track roster and appreciate the incredibly detailed and responsive driving model, which is better than anything the series has offered before.”
Gran Turismo Sport is available now for PlayStation 4.