Gran Turismo Sport Update 1.34 Live On PS4

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Gran Turismo Sport releases update 1.34 with new cars, a new racetrack, and more.
Gran Turismo Sport releases update 1.34 with new cars, a new racetrack, and more. Gran Turismo

Gran Turismo Sport recieved a major update yesterday, adding five new cars, a new racetrack, and more.

Update 1.34 includes some big changes, but players are likely most excited to test-drive the newest additions to the game’s repertoire of high-speed racing vehicles. The update adds five new cars to the roster, including the 2009 McLaren SLR, the 2013 Pagani Huayra, and the 2019 Toyota GR Supra RZ. Some special edition race cars have been added as well, including the NA Special Package edition of the 1989 Mazda Eunos Roadster and the Kokusai Kaihatsu UK Racing edition of the 1995 McLaren F1 GTR-BMW.

The highly-anticipated Autopolis track is also included in the update and will come in two configurations: the standard Autopolis International Racing Course, and an Autopolis Short Course. For the game’s Campaign Mode, Update 1.34 also adds new events to GT League, including additional rounds to many of the game’s racing leagues and tournaments.

Apart from the new content, Gran Turismo Sport Update 1.34 also makes some gameplay improvements and minor bugfixes.

Other Improvements and Adjustments

- An issue regarding the brake rotors not being displayed properly during online races and Spectator has been fixed.
- In "Sport" mode or Lobby where you would be sent back to the "Race Entry Selection" screen while matchmaking was in progress has been fixed.
- Various adjustments have been made to sound effects.
- The rate of tire wear has been adjusted.
- Various other issues have been addressed.

(Source: Gran Turismo Official Website)

Update 1.34 went live on PS4 on March 5. Since its release, players have expressed satisfaction with the new content and improvements. The new Autopolis track especially has been received well. For a more detailed look into all the changes that are being rolled out in Update 1.34, read the official patch notes on the Gran Turismo Sport website.

Developer Polyphony Digital has been doing a great job at keeping Gran Turismo Sport fun, balanced, and realistic, but what do you think about the latest update? Are you excited to speed experience the unique feel of the new SLR McLaren, or the Toyota Supra? Will you take on the challenge of getting the best time on the new Autopolis track? Let us know what you think in the comments section below!

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