Gran Turismo Sport has received Update 1.50. You can now download Update 1.50 for Gran Turismo Sport on PlayStation 4.
You will find that Update 1.50 of Gran Turismo Sport gets an added 5 new vehicles, like the Jaguar Vision Gran Turismo Coupé. Update 1.50 has a few improvements and adjustmens to make the game even better. Something that stands out is the newly added purchasable expansion called the Lewis Hamilton Time Trial Challenge mode.
In addition to the challenges themselves, the package includes replays and video tutorials by Lewis, where you can learn directly from the Maestro himself. Clearing the events will result in various bonuses, such as special cars and an unlock for the in-game credits limit.
Gran Turismo Sport is the newest installment of the famous series of driving and simulation titles for PlayStation 4. Polyphony Digital has maintained the classic gameplay of the saga, offering loads of vehicles, circuits and tracks, and a renewed graphic section. In addition, a livery editor, more complete social options and support for images up to 4K resolution have been included. Below you will find the complete list of Gran Turismo Sport patch notes.
Main Features Implemented
The following five cars have been added in Gran Turismo Sport:
- BMW M3 Coupé ’03
- Jaguar Vision Gran Turismo Coupé
- RE Amemiya FD3S RX-7
- RUF CTR3 ’07
- TOYOTA 86 GT “Limited” ’16
2. Campaign Mode
The ‘Lewis Hamilton Time Trial Challenge’ mode has been added in Gran Turismo Sport (*). The following events have been added to the “GT League”:
- ‘The Passion of Dr. Wankel’ Rounds 4 and 5
- ‘Boxer Spirit’ Rounds 6 and 7
- ‘Vision Gran Turismo Trophy +’ Rounds 6 and 7
- ‘X2019 Competition Endurance Series’ Round 4
‘Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps’ has been added in Gran Turismo Sport to the Circuit Experience.
(*) The ‘Lewis Hamilton Time Trial Challenge’ is a paid DLC. In order to access this content you must purchase it from the PlayStation™Store.
3. Brand Central
- ‘RE Amemiya’ has been added to the Asia-Pacific section;
- ‘RUF’ has been added to the European section;
Other Improvements and Adjustments
- The regenerative braking control of the ‘Audi e-tron Vision Gran Turismo’ has been adjusted;
- The deadzone for the throttle and brake pedals while driving using a Fanatec® steering wheel controller has been increased;
- The force feedback caused by understeering in Gran Turismo Sport while driving using a Fanatec® steering wheel controller has been adjusted;
- Various other issues have been addressed.
A year from the launch of PS5 and Xbox Scarlett, the technical aspects of both consoles are known. They will offer very similar performances that will surpass those of current consoles. Their launch lineup still remains unknown. Recent rumors show that Gran Turismo 7 could be one of the games available from November 20, 2020, the launch date of the console.
On Twitter, a user revealed that they will release Gran Turismo 7 the same day as the PlayStation 5 console, and that it will definitely be part of the launch line-up. Everything suggests that he is right. Kazunori Yamauchi, the creator of the franchise, attended an interview this summer that gives us some leads.
He first announced that the title was being prepared by Polyphony Digital. Then he had raised the possibility that the game would support Sony’s next virtual reality headset. The PlayStation VR 2.0 is planned for PS5. Finally, the studio has published several job offers, including with skills in ray tracing, a technology that will be launched on the PS5.
I remind you that Polyphony Digital’s Gran Turismo Sport released on October 17, 2017 for PlayStation 4.