Another Gran Turismo Sport update is now live on PlayStation 4 taking the game version to 1.35. The latest update focuses on fixing bugs followed by the content update which arrived last week. It’s more of a hotfix update and very small in size coming in at only 146 MB.
GT Sport 1.35 patch focuses on fixing a lot of bugs in the game including the one which caused point rankings to be not displayed properly. It also fixes another issue which caused slow refueling when the players loaded saved lobby settings.
As always, Polyphony Digital notes that the update comes with various other improvements and fixes. You can check out the full patch notes of Gran Turismo 1.35 update below which won’t take much of your time as they are minimal.
Main Features Implemented
1. Sport Mode
Fixed an issue wherein Point Rankings were not displayed properly.
Fixed an issue wherein the refuelling speed was slower than intended when loading old Event Settings.
Other Improvements and Adjustments
Various other issues have been addressed.
It’s the perfect time to head back to the game now as it’s now filled with new cars, tracks, and GT League events. The previous 1.34 update brought us five new cars to play with including the Toyota’s flagship GR Supra RZ’19.
In addition to Supra, the following cars have been added.
- TOYOTA GR Supra RZ ’19
- Pagani Huayra ’13
- Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren ’09
- Mazda Eunos Roadster (NA Special Package) ’89
- McLaren F1 GTR – BMW (Kokusai Kaihatsu UK Racing) ’95
If you are into tracks then it’s time to try out the new international Autopolis circuit which is based on a “race track located in the middle of a mountain range on the southwestern island of Japan”. There are two different configurations available for you to try out.
Various new GT League events have been also added which you can take a look at in our article here. Download the latest update now to have the best experience possible in the game.
Every month we receive new content including new cars, tracks and more in the game, thanks to Polyphony Digital. The team is fully committed to keep the game updated with new content to attract new and old players interested until a new game Gran Turismo update arrives in the series.
It’s rumored that Gran Turismo 5 is already in works for PlayStation 5 and could possibly be one of the launch titles for the console.
Gran Turismo Sport is developed by Polyphony Digital and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment exclusively for PlayStation 4.