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Gran Turismo 7 Creator Apologises For Server Outage, Major Patch Due In April

Polyphony Digital bigwig Kazunori Yamauchi has taken to the PlayStation Blog to apologise for the server issues that have plagued Gran Turismo 7, and has promised a major new update will drop for the racer in April.

Yamauchi-san revealed that players will be given a non-paid credit pack of one million credits as a goodwill gesture for the downtime.

Thank you for your continued support and feedback on Gran Turismo 7, your voices have not gone unheard. I would like to apologize for the frustration and confusion caused last week with our patch updates which resulted in, not only a server outage but also adjustments to the in-game economy which were made without a clear explanation to our community.

We know that this is not the Gran Turismo experience you expect and we will be making a goodwill gesture in the form of a non-paid credit pack of 1 million Cr. available to those players who may have been affected*. You will see this hit your accounts shortly. Make sure you log into the game before April 25 to claim the credits.

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Looking ahead, a number of updates will be released in April, and include the following:

  • Increase rewards in the events in the latter half of the World Circuits by approximately 100% on average.
  • Addition of high rewards for clearing the Circuit Experience in all Gold/All Bronze results.
  • Increase of rewards in Online Races.
  • Include a total of eight new one-hour Endurance Race events to Missions. These will also have higher reward settings.
  • Increase the upper limit of non-paid credits in player wallets from 20M Cr. to 100M Cr.
  • Increase the quantity of Used and Legend cars on offer at any given time.