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There have been twenty-five updates released for [[Gran Turismo Sport]] since November 2017. They are detailed below:
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There have been twenty-six updates released for [[Gran Turismo Sport]] since November 2017. They are detailed below:
   
 
*''27 November, 2017''<br />GT Sport received its first major update with 3 new cars, the [[Audi R18 (Audi Sport Team Joest) '16]], the [[IsoRivolta Zagato Vision Gran Turismo]], and the [[Shelby Cobra 427 '66]].
 
*''27 November, 2017''<br />GT Sport received its first major update with 3 new cars, the [[Audi R18 (Audi Sport Team Joest) '16]], the [[IsoRivolta Zagato Vision Gran Turismo]], and the [[Shelby Cobra 427 '66]].
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*''December 18, 2019''<br />The twenty-fifth content update saw the introduction of [[WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca]], and seven new cars, including the [[Ford GT '17]]. New event races were added to GT League.
 
*''December 18, 2019''<br />The twenty-fifth content update saw the introduction of [[WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca]], and seven new cars, including the [[Ford GT '17]]. New event races were added to GT League.
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*''February 27, 2020''<br />The twenty-sixth content update saw three new cars added to the game, including the [[Aston Martin DBR9 GT1 '10]]. New event races were added to GT League.
 
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[[Category:Gran Turismo Sport]]

Latest revision as of 16:11, February 26, 2020

There have been twenty-six updates released for Gran Turismo Sport since November 2017. They are detailed below:

  • 22 December, 2017
    The second major update with the re-introduction of the traditional single player campaign as in the previous titles, in the form of GT League, alongside 15 new cars.
  • 26 January, 2018
    The third major update featured 10 new cars, a new track (Monza), and new track layouts.
  • 28 February, 2018
    The fourth major update featured 12 new cars, new track layouts and an expansion to GT League.
  • 29 March, 2018
    The fifth major update featured 13 new cars, a new group (Gr. 2) for the three new GT500 cars, a new track (Tsukuba Circuit), and an expansion to GT League.
  • 30 April, 2018
    The seventh update saw the addition of the GR Supra Concept to the game alongside three new GT League events with the "Garden" variation of the Dragon Trail circuit.
  • 30 May, 2018
    The eighth content update included the Circuit de la Sarthe (which hosts the 24 Hours of Le Mans) and nine new cars, 3 Group C Le Mans race cars, two of which (the Jaguar XJR-9 and Sauber Mercedes C9) won the 24hrs of Le Mans in 1988 and 1989, respectively.
  • 30 July, 2018
    The ninth update saw the appearance of the Mercedes-AMG F1 W08, Lewis Hamilton's Formula 1 2017 contender, the return of the Mazda 787B, six other cars, a new original track (Circuit de Sainte-Croix), microtransactions for car purchases in Brand Central, major updates to the Livery Editor and Scapes, and an expansion to GT League.
  • August 29, 2018
    The tenth content update saw the return of Red Bull Ring and eight new cars, including a tuned S2000, and an expansion to GT League.
  • September 26, 2018
    The eleventh update saw the return of Fuji Speedway (F and GT), the formal appearance of the Porsche 911 GT3 (996) from Gran Turismo 3 (formerly hidden), eight other cars, and an expansion to GT League.
  • 5 December, 2018
    The thirteenth content update includes the South Inner Loop and South Outer Loop variants of Tokyo Expressway. Also added were 7 new cars, 7 new event races, new "Scapes", and FIA being added to the "Museum" area.
  • March 28, 2019
    The sixteenth content update saw five new cars added to the game, including two Dallara SF19 Super Formula '19 vehicles. New event races were added to GT League. An 'Overtake' feature was also added that could be mapped to a button through the options menu; along with this was the addition of varying boost features for some vehicles that are compatible with the 'Overtake' function, including KERS and DRS.
  • April 23, 2019
    The seventeenth content update saw five new cars added to the game, including the Porsche 962 C '88. New event races were added to GT League.
  • May 30, 2019
    The eighteenth content update saw the introduction of the Goodwood Motor Circuit. New event races were added to GT League.
  • June 27, 2019
    The nineteenth content update saw the introduction of a new original track (Sardegna - Road Track) and five new cars, including the Red Bull X2019 Competition. New event races were added to GT League.
  • July 31, 2019
    The twentieth content update saw five new cars added to the game, including the Porsche 911 Turbo (930) '81. New event races were added to GT League.
  • August 27, 2019
    The twenty-first content update saw the introduction of wet conditions on the Red Bull Ring and five new cars, including the Honda S2000 '99. New event races were added to GT League.
  • September 26, 2019
    The twenty-second content update saw the introduction of wet conditions for the Central and East Loops of the Tokyo Expressway and four new cars, including the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE Package '18. New event races were added to GT League.
  • November 28, 2019
    The twenty-fourth content update saw five new cars added to the game, including the Jaguar Vision Gran Turismo Coupé. New event races were added to GT League.
  • February 27, 2020
    The twenty-sixth content update saw three new cars added to the game, including the Aston Martin DBR9 GT1 '10. New event races were added to GT League.
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