A new update is heading to GT Sport packed with a new track and some new cars on September 26. The update will feature Fuji Speedway along with several new cars notably 2001 Porsche 911 GT3, 1992 Honda NSX and 1989 Nissan Fairlady Z/300ZX. Currently more details are to be revealed on the remaining cars and new features that will be added to the game.
The developers with an announcement of a maintenance revealed this information and informed players that the next planned maintenance will be followed by an update for the game, which will come with a new track and more cars. You can check out the official announcement below.
At the following time, we will perform maintenance on the ‘Gran Turismo Sport’ servers. A new game update will also be available after the maintenance. Please note that during this time the online services, including [Sport Mode], will not be available.
[Day & Time]
26 September, 2018, 04:00 – 06:00 UTC
* The above time is subject to change.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your understanding.
This is not new for Polyphony to perform regular maintenance on GT Sport as it happens every month and then a new update is released for GT Sport. They are busy adding new events, tracks and cars to the game, which keeps the players of the game happy as they are getting new and free content at the end of every month. If you want to check the details of the previous major update of the game, you can check them out here.
Continuing the tradition, Polyphony is releasing a new update this month as well which is bringing a new track Fuji Speedway to GT Sport. The track was revealed during the GT Sport World Tour event and we saw it in live action. It was featured in GT and F layouts in the event. Currently it is not known how many layouts will be featured in the actual update.
Apart from the track, new cars are also part of every update. This month we are getting some new cars added as well but the complete list is not yet known. The cars confirmed for the upcoming update are the Porsche 911 GT3 996 GT3, 1989 Nissan Fairlady Z/300ZX and 1992 Honda NSX Type R.
Both the Fairlady Z and the NSX are classics and fan favorites from the Japanese market. We were surprised when we did not see these cars when the game was launched. They have been featured in every GT so far and now they are coming to GT Sport as well. All these cars were featured in the World Tour event so they will be arriving in the next update for everyone.
Apart from new cars and tracks, new GT League events and a new Circuit Experience track is also added to the game. Since Red Bull Ring was added in the last update, it is obvious that is will be added to the Circuit Experience list with the new update. Another new feature that was seen in the World Tour Event was compulsory penalty zones. We do not know at the moment whether this feature will be made for all players or not.
The new update arrives on September 26 so we will have to wait until then to find out the complete details about new content included in the update. Keep checking back as we will keep you updated about any new information about GT Sport’s upcoming patch.
Let us know about what you think of the latest track and cars being added to GT Sport.