Gran Turismo Sport: Patch 1.55 now live, collisions fixed

GT Sport’s latest update will correct the balance of justice on the track and penalise the guilty.

Toby Durant by Toby Durant

Gran Turismo Sport has been the main sim racing title on the PlayStation 4 since it arrived in October 2017.

With a massive list of tracks and a garage of over 300 cars, players have been living out their dreams behind the wheel for a while now.

GT Sport has been well-supported by Polyphony Digital since its release, with constant content updates, graphics overhauls, and even the addition of a livery editor.

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With rumours of Gran Turismo 7 being a launch title for the PlayStation 5 later this year, it is reassuring for current racers to see GT Sport continue to receive support.

Patch 1.55

Wheel-to-wheel racing in Gran Turismo Sport
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Thankfully this isn’t a massive update, so there will be no long wait to play. Patch 1.55 focuses on correcting one thing that has been driving racers crazy of late.

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It fixes the problem of collisions between cars not incurring a penalty even for incidents where they should have.

This is a big point of contention for those clean racers out there and should go down well in online lobbies. After all, who doesn’t like to see justice handed out on the race track?

Gran Turismo 7

Desert racing in Gran Turismo Sport
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There isn’t a huge amount that’s been revealed to us so far other than that Polyphony are developing the next GT game.

With E3 2020 in June and Gamescom 2020 at the end of August we can expect to hear much more about the game here, perhaps even a trailer.

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The most likely release date in Holiday 2020 side-by-side with the PS5.

There is supposedly a major announcement coming from Sony in February, so that should give us a clearer indication of when we can expect to jump on the track in a new GT game.

Toby Durant

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