Gran Turismo Sport Launches In October

By Mike Sousa on July 14, 2017, 8:40AM EDT
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Sony Interactive Entertainment and developer Polyphony Digital announced that Gran Turismo Sport will release on the 17th of October in North America and on the 18th of October in Europe.

According to Polyphony Digital, the game is now entering the final stages of polishing as the team prepares the game's launch. This means we can expect more information on the many features included in Gran Turismo Sport, including the campaign mode, various creative tools, as well as a full reveal on all the cars and tracks in the upcoming weeks.

In the meantime, I’d like to take this opportunity on behalf of myself and PDI to express my gratitude for the continued support of GT fans and PlayStation supporters around the world during this beta period. We’re as keen as all of you to get the game into players’ hands, and can’t wait to hear what everyone thinks of the game when it launches in October.

We’ve strived to create something that delivers an unprecedented experience in terms of the graphics, sound, and physics simulation; an experience that can only be enjoyed on PlayStation.

Kazunori Yamauchi President of Polyphony Digital, Creator of Gran Turismo

Alongisde the release date, Polyphony Digital also revealed the game's Limited Edition and Digital Deluxe Edition.

Available for $69.99, the Gran Turismo Sport Limited Edition includes the following:

  • GT Sport Starter Pack (8 Cars)
  • $1MM In-Game Credit
  • Livery Sticker Pack
  • 30 GT Sport Themed Avatars
  • Chrome Racing Helmet (For Driver Profile)
  • Limited Steel Book & Packaging

The Gran Turismo Sport Digital Deluxe Edition is priced at $79.99 and comes with the following:

  • GT Sport Starter Pack (12 Cars)
  • $2MM In-Game Credit
  • Livery Sticker Pack
  • 60 GT Sport Themed Avatars
  • Chrome Racing Helmet (For Driver Profile)

Grand Turismo Sports is available to pre-order from PlayStation Store and retailers.

Source: PlayStation Blog

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