Gran Turismo Sport Update 1.36 Out Now, Adds Five New Vehicles, Events and More
After being teased last week, a second additional update has come to Gran Turismo Sport this month, adding with it new vehicles including two new Super Formula vehicles, a new GT League event and more.
This latest content update weighs in at 1.4GBs, smaller than the 3GB update at the beginning of the month which added the 2019 GR Supra and Autopolis track, and is available now to download on your PlayStation 4.
Five new vehicles have been added in this update, some of which you may have seen recently during the latest Gran Turismo eSports Championship Cup, such as the Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta and the 25th anniversary Lamborghini Countach.
You can find the list of vehicles and their respective classes below:
Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta passo corto CN.2521 '61 (N300)
Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary '88 (N500)
Lancia Stratos '73 (N200)
Dallara SF19 Super Formula / Honda '19 (Gr.X)
Dallara SF19 Super Formula / Toyota '19 (Gr.X)
A new GT League event has been added to Gran Turismo Sport's single-player campaign mode: Super Formula Championships (Amateur League). This league will restrict players to events in new Dallara SF19 cars only introduced with this update.
New events have been added to existing GT League’s, which you can find below:
2 new rounds added to the 'FF Challenge'.
2 new rounds added to the 'MINI Challenge'.
2 new rounds added to the 'Nostalgic Car Festival'.
2 new rounds added to the 'La Festa Cavallino'.
2 new rounds added to the 'Lamborghini Cup'.
1 new round added to the 'Gr.1 Prototype Endurance Series'.
Several new additional features have also been added in the 1.36 update, with a new ‘Cherry Blossoms - Heralds of Spring’ gallery has been added to the special featured section of the Scapes mode. Super Formula has also been added to the Museum.
Finally the brand-new Japanese track ‘Autopolis’ which was introduced with the 1.34 update, has now been added to the Circuit Experience.
Are you excited to try the new Super Formula cars? Share your thoughts on this new update down below!