Gran Turismo 7 players have developed a script that allows them to grind currency for the Polyphony Digital racer without actually playing it, following the implementation of a controversial update that dramatically reduced awards.
The script in question is relatively simple and is employed using the Remote Play feature, which allows users to have GT7 repeat the same race multiple times, which generates millions of credits for players without them actually having to play the game.
One user who has used this exploit has reported that the script allows them to hoover up “15 million credits per day,” which would cost around £120 if purchased via in-game microtransactions.
The script is currently only compatible with Windows devices running the PlayStation Remote Play app, and earns credits by running laps of the same track constantly by repeatedly entering inputs int other game.
Gran Turismo 7 is now available for PS5 & PS4, and you can read our full review here. The racer saw a period of extended downtime last week due to an issue related to update 1.07, although Polyphony Digital eventually got things back up and running.