Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the race track, a new Gran Turismo Sport update sees the arrival of more Godzilla!
In fact, three Godzillas! The latest monster, the 1997 incarnation and a red-hot racing variant.
- Nissan GT-R Nismo (2017)
- Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec (1997)
- Nissan Motul Autech GT-R (2016)
If that’s not enough new motoring muscle, the following also enter the garage…
- Aston Martin DB11 (2011)
- BMW M3 Sport Evolution (1989)
- Eckerts Rod & Custom Mach Forty
- Ford GT40 Mark I (1966)
- Gran Turismo Red Bull X2014 Standard (2014)
- Gran Turismo Red Bull X2014 Junior (2014)
- Honda Raybrig NSX Concept-GT (2016)
- Lexus Au Tom’s RC F (2016)
- Lexus RC F GT3 (2017)
- Mazda RX-7 GT-X (1990)
But this 1.15 update isn’t just about new cars, with a bunch of other new features added.
Those lucky enough to have PlayStation VR get a VR time trial mode for that added racing realism – look out Nurburgring!
In new track news, it’s time to welcome Shimotsuma City’s Tsukuba Circuit.
As for new GT League events, there are three…
- Nissan GT-R Cup – Beginner League
- Redbull X-Junior Series – Amateur League
- All Japan GT Car Championships – Professional League
Rounding things out for this Gran Turismo Sport update are support for the Fanatec wheel, a Scapes Mode cherry blossom theme just in time for, erm, autumn (hemispheres, pah!), and a new MINI Museum to explore the complete history of Britain’s little legend. Plus the usual bug fixes and tweaks, of course.