Gran Turismo Sport was released a few weeks back and players have already clocked in more than 26 million hours of gameplay across the globe. We now have some updates on what’s to come next with Patch 1.06 in November and the launch of the “GT League” next month. All Gran Turismo Sport players will receive three new cars for free starting November 27th. The upcoming patch is also going to bring the Livery Editor, Scapes and Campaign modes will become available for offline play. However, internet access will be required to save progress.
The brand new single player mode called GT League is going to be released as part of the free December update. It’s based on the old “GT Mode” of previous games. Players will be racing through a series of cup competitions from the beginner to pro levels. They can even take part in endurance races.
The free update that’s due next month is also going to add 12 cars to the game, including but not limited to the Ferrari F40, the Enzo Ferrari, Nissan Skyline GT-R V, the Lamborghini Countach LP400, and others.
From now until March 2018, a total of nearly 50 cars are already planned for addition to the game. New updates will be released beyond March 2018 as well which will include new tracks as well.