The updates and content just keep coming to Gran Turismo Sport as February sees another dozen motors, some new track layouts and extra GT League rounds amongst its offerings.
A new January update for Gran Turismo Sport brings another 10 incredible cars, the Monza race track, plus more, continuing to improve the game and move it further away from its rather dodgy start.
The next selection of GT Sport DLC cars comes next week with a new update and with inclusions such as a Toyota Supra, Dodge Viper and the Ferrari 330 P4, we reckon it will be very well received.
Gran Turismo Sport drops some nice presents before Christmas with these latest updates delivering the eagerly anticipated ‘GT League’ offline campaign, a dozen new motors, and a few more surprises.
Gran Turismo Sport isn’t your typical GT game, but if these updates for November and December have anything to show, it’s that it won’t take long until it becomes one!
A Gran Turismo Sport demo that should give a decent idea of what the game is like arrives on October 9th, and for those happy with what they see, the in-game credits earned can be carried over to the full release.
Top Gear staffer who used to play Gran Turismo on the PlayStation gets to drive six of the best known cars from the game around a track for real!
The Gran Turismo Sport Limited Edition PS4 is announced and it is a good-looking system that not only GT fans would be happy to have amongst their entertainment centres.
The Gran Turismo Sport release date bingo gets another square as the Official PlayStation Magazine prints a date that may or may not be true.
There was no Gran Turismo Sport presentation or demonstration live on the stage at PlayStation’s E3 briefing, but we did get this stunning looking trailer and a release window.