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Gran Turismo Sport 1.45 Update Patch Notes Revealed

Polyphony Digital has polished off the full Gran Turismo Sport 1.45 update patch notes, with September’s content update bringing with it new vehicles and GT Leagues. As always, the update is free to download, and also features a new partnership with Michelin.

Gran Turismo Sport 1.45 Update Patch Notes

The four cars are as follows: Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Racer Concept ’59 (Gr.X), Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE Package ’18 (N700), Ferrari 365 GTB4 ’71 (N400), and Dodge Super Bee ’70 (N300).

In addition, ‘Wet Conditions’ are now available for the Tokyo Expressway and there’s seven new rounds for the GT League to soak up:

Beginner League

Two new rounds have been added to Stars & Stripes.

Amateur League

Two new rounds have been added to Group 3 Cup.

Professional League

Two new rounds have been added to La Festa Cavallino.

Endurance League

One new round has been added to the Gr.1 Prototype Endurance Series.

Meanwhile, a new partnership with Michelin will result in the company’s logo appearing throughout the game. This includes the following:

Brand Central

A new Michelin section has been added to Brand Central.

Car Settings Screen

Michelin will be featured on the Car Setting screen as our tire technology partner.

FIA Gran Turismo Championships” in Sport mode

Michelin will be featured in the championships as the official tire supplier.

Tracks

Michelin logos will appear on billboards on certain tracks.

Gran Turismo Sport was released back in October 2017 following a number of delays. You can read our review of the game here. In related news, Polyphony boss Kazunori Yamauchi has revealed that work has begun on Gran Turismo PS5, although at this point we don’t know if it’ll be called Gran Turismo 7 or something else.

Yamauchi-san had previously commented that the next Gran Turismo game could run at 8K on the PS5, which definitely makes sense seeing as how Sony’s new console will support that resolution.

Source: Gran Turismo Sport