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Gran Turismo gets an update with 13 new cars

Gran Turismo gets an update with 13 new cars

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blogentry-133713-0-87908900-1522320494_thumb.jpgAn update has been given to Gran Turismo Sport. Other than a bunch of new cars, players will also be treated with a new track and some new races.

 

blogentry-133713-0-15587700-1522320428_thumb.jpgDubbed patch 1.15, 13 new cars have been added and these cars include the Lexus RC F GT3, 1966 Ford GT40 MkI, 1989 BMW M3 Sport Evolution,1990 Mazda RX-7 GT-X and new Aston Martin DB11.

 

blogentry-133713-0-98197200-1522320422_thumb.jpgNew versions of the Super GT-spec Lexus RC F, Nissan GT-R, and Honda NSX, the X2014 (standard and junior), and the Nismo GT-R and Skyline GT-R V Spec were also created for three ew GT League levels, namely the GT-R Cup, Red Bull X-Junior Series, and All-Japan GT Car Championship.

 

blogentry-133713-0-85529800-1522320434_thumb.jpgJDM fans will be happy to try the cars on the new Japan’s Tsubuka circuit while a new VR Time Trial mode and other smaller add-ons feature.

 

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