Gran Turismo Sport has been queitly chugging along with regular updates since it’s release in 2017 on the PS4. The game has been getting steadily better and more diverse in terms of content with ongoing monthly updates, and this month continues that trend.
With the May 2019 update to the racing title, we can expect both new tracks and more cars.
The biggest new addition that racing enthusiasts will notice is the inclusion of the GoodWood Motor Circuit Gran Turismo 6 also featured this iconic locale by introducing part of the Goodwood Festival of Speed as a DLC track. The new version of this track in Gran Turismo Sport is a bit more complete by comparison.
The new track is legendary in the world of motorsports, with it’s idyllic scenery which encircles Chichester/Goodwood Airport. The 7 corners offer plenty of turns and close-quarters cornering that makes for some intense racing. Said racing will be made all the more tighter if you take some of the period accurate cars to the track that’s been around since 1948. The trailer shows off some of these vehicles, like Chevrolet Corvette Stingrays, Alpine A110s, Porsche 356s, and even Toyota 2000GTs.
Another aspect of this update is that the GT League is getting expanded with 11 new rounds, here are the details:
■ Beginner League
Two additional rounds will be added to the MINI Challenge.
■ Amateur League
Two additional rounds will be added to the Nostalgic Car Festival.
Two additional rounds will be added to the Supra Legend.
Two additional rounds will be added to the Super Formula Championships.
■ Professional League
Two additional rounds will be added to the F1500 Championship.
■ Endurance League
One additional round will be added to the Porsche Cup.
You can check out all of the newly added content in this update by viewing the trailer down below.
The content, including new tracks and other additions, will debut in the upcoming 1.39 update that is slated to release on May 30th.