It’s now actually getting to a point that GT Sport is making all other racing games look incredibly greedy. Since release, Kazunori Yamauchi and the Polyphony Digital team have dropped new content at no additional cost on a monthly basis. Start up GT Sport today and it’s a whole different game to what you might have encountered at launch. The July update goes live today and it comes with some fantastic additional cars and a track.
In total we get seven new cars to the fold, as follows:
- 1991 Mazda 787B
- 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO CN.3729 GT
- Ford GT LM Spec II Test Car
- 2002 Daihatsu Copen Active Top
- 2015 Honda S660
- 1991 Honda Beat
- 2017 Mercedes-AMG F1 W08 EQ Power+
The star of this show is easily the Mercedes that Lewis Hamilton used in 2017 to wrap up the F1 Drivers Championship for the fourth time. Considering that Lewis is always wearing his Gran Turismo-sponsored cap when taking interviews, it’s fair to say that this outcome was always on the cards. Polyphony Digital has a great track record when it comes to an enjoyable drive in an F1 car, so be sure to test it out.
Circuit De Sainte-Croix has also been included as a brand new track to race on, which should be good news for one of the 5.5 million players that have played the game to date. Helmets and suit decals can now also be customised and once you’re done you can now get your driver to pose in landscape photos next to your car. Get a look at all the goodness heading your way in the below trailer: