Gran Turismo Sport Update 1.34 Adds 2019 Toyota Supra, New Cars, Track and More
Gran Turismo Sport’s March 2019 Update has been revealed, adding with it a sleuth of new content including the recently-announced 2019 Toyota GR Supra, four new vehicles, a brand-new track and more.
The latest content update weighs in at just slightly over 3GBs is now available to download on your PlayStation 4.
Five new vehicles have been added in this update, with the personal standouts in this list being the brand new Toyota Supra and the Pagani Huarya. You can find the list of vehicles and their respective prices below
‘19 TOYOTA GR Supra RZ - 100,000 CR
‘13 Pagani Huayra - 1,350,000 CR
‘09 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren - 600,000 CR
‘95 McLaren F1 GTR - 450,000 CR
‘89 Mazda Eunos Roadster - 17,000 CR
A brand new Track has also been added with this update: Autopolis International Racing Course. There are two layouts for the course, one being the standard track route and the other being a shortcut course.
A new GT League event has been added to Gran Turismo Sport's single-player campaign mode: Supra Legend (Amateur). This league will restrict players to events in Supra’s only.
New events have been added to existing GT League’s, which you can find below:
"Mazda Roadsters Cup:" Rounds 6 and 7
" Mazda Roadsters Cup +:" Rounds 6 and 7
"Premium Sports Lounge:" Rounds 6 and 7
"All Japan GT Car Championships:" Rounds 6 and 7
"Gr.3 Endurance Series:" Round 6
Finally, the latest track Autopolis has been added to the Scapes menu. Other improvements in this update come in the form of adjustments to sound effects and tire wear, and fixes to Replays and Sport Mode lobby bugs.
Are you excited to try the 2019 Toyota GR Supra for the first (and presumably only if Toyota aren’t added back to Need for Speed and Forza) time in a racing game? Share your thoughts on this new update down below!