Gran Turismo Sport Updates to Add New Single-Player Mode, Cars, and Offline Play Options
Gran Turismo Sport was missing something under the hood at launch. Sure, the game’s visuals and racing physics were as polished as ever, but the game lacked a true career mode, and featured a somewhat disappointing collection of cars and tracks. A lot of players were also upset to discover that GT Sport was, essentially, an always-online game, with only Arcade mode being playable offline.
Well, thankfully, Sony and developer Polyphony Digital are stepping up to address Gran Turismo Sport’s shortcomings. The game’s next two free updates will add new cars, make the Livery Editor, Scapes and Campaign modes playable offline, and, most importantly, add a real career mode to the game.
The new career mode will be called GT League, which Sony is hyping as a successor to the classic “Gran Turismo Mode” found in earlier games. You can check out an official description of GT League, along with some screenshots, below.
Launching in December, we’ll be introducing a brand new single player mode called “GT League”. Based on the old “GT mode” of previous titles, players can now look forward to racing through a series of cup competitions from beginner to pro levels, and even partake in endurance races!
The first GT Sport update, which adds three cars and eases online requirements, arrives on November 27. The second update, which adds 12 more cars and GT League hits the track sometime in December. You can check out a list of all the new cars coming to GT Sport, below.
- ISO Rivolta Zagato VGT
- Audi R18
- Shelby Cobra 427
- Mazda RX-7 Spirit R Type A (FD)
- Nissan Skyline GT-R V spec II (R32)
- Nissan Skyline GT-R V spec II Nür (R34)
- Ford F-150 SVT Raptor
- Lamborghini Countach LP400
- Ferrari F40
- Ferrari Enzo Ferrari
- KTM X-BOW R
- Suzuki Swift Sport
- Volkswagen Sambabus Typ 2 (T1)
- Chris Holstrom Concepts 1967 Chevy Nova
- Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible (C3)
You can check out Wccf’s full Gran Turismo Sport review, right here. I thought the game was a slick, yet somewhat hollow, package, but my opinion could well change following these additions.
What about you? More interested in Gran Turismo Sport now that it’s adding a full career mode and easing up on the online demands?
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