The latest free content update for Gran Turismo Sport has arrived. The November Update for the PS4 exclusive racing game introduces Spain’s legendary Formula 1 Grand Prix circuit to the game – Catalunya, alongside a selection of brand-new cars to collect and race, including the beloved Pagani Zonda and the first R35GT-R to compete in the ‘Super GT’ series – the Nissan XANAVI NISMO GT-R.
In total, nine new vehicles have been added to Polyphony Digital’s simulation-focused racing game, including classics like the 1984 Ferrari GTO and the 2008 Lexus PETRONAS TOM’S SC430. From exotic Italian supercars to legendary Super GT race machines, there’s a little something for everyone here to discover.
Check out the full list of new cars available today in GT Sport below:
The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya first opened in September 1991, in line with the hosting of the Barcelona Olympics, and is located approximately 30km north of Barcelona, Spain. It’s known as one of Spain’s leading race tracks where a variety of races, including the F1 Spain Grand Prix, are hosted every year. With a long straight and a large variety of tricky corners, the race track challenges both drivers and cars alike and this can greatly affect lap times.
It’s likely why the beloved Spanish circuit has become a popular testing ground for the world's leading automobile manufacturers and race teams.
This month’s update also comes with two new GT League events, including the Mini Challenge in the Beginner League and the X2014 Nations Cup for the Professional League. The former of these is made for fans of the cute-but-quick Mini Cooper, whilst the latter sees you experience the excitement of the Nations Cup Final as drivers compete to discover who is the fastest.
Polyphony Digital has also added new rounds to the following events in its GT League career mode: Group 4 Cup (Beginner League), Boxer Spirit (Amateur League), All Japan GT Car Championships (Professional League), and the Porsche Cup (Endurance League). Furthermore, the Fuji International Speedway introduced in last month’s update has been added to the ‘Circuit Experience.’
Gran Turismo Sport’s November Update is available to download today at no cost on PlayStation 4 consoles worldwide. In addition to the above content and features, Polyphony Digital has also introduced a new ‘Autumn Leaves’ area under the built-in featured section on the Scapes photography mode to celebrate the stark colours and fallen leaves typically seen at this time of the year.
Polyphony Digital had continued to update and enhance Gran Turismo Sport with new free content updates and experiences on a near monthly basis, introducing new cars, tracks and features for players to discover. It also has its own FIA-certified GT Championships esports series taking place in-game, where aspiring pro drivers can compete for their chance at fame and glory on the global scale.
Stay tuned for more Gran Turismo Sport news and updates in the future, here on FullThrottle Media. Remember, you can stay up-to-date with everything GT Sport on the go using the official companion app on iOS and Android devices.
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