Gran Turismo Sport: Details About The DLC

The Polyphony game isn’t even out yet, and there are talks about DLC already…?

Gran Turismo Sport‘s producer, Kazunori Yamauchi (who is also the head of Polyphony Digital and the creator of Gran Turismo) answered a few questions on Twitter regarding the game which is just a few days away from its launch. For example, he got a question whether Super GT cars (Japanese touring cars in two categories – GT500 and GT300) will be part of the game in the future or not. His answer was that it’s currently planned as DLC. He also explained that upcoming DLC cars will be commercial, historic, and famous – Polyphony plans to support the game post-launch with content „because it is Gran Turismo.”

So, there will be cars, without a doubt. What about the tracks? Yamauchi’s answer was a simple „of course!” It means both cars and tracks are going to be added to Gran Turismo Sport in the coming weeks, months, or maybe even years…

The game launches on October 17 (or October 18 in Europe), exclusively on PlayStation 4, with PlayStation VR support.

Source: DualShockers

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