All eyes may be on the PS5 this week, but since it is backward compatible, plenty of racers are enjoying Gran Turismo Sport on a new generation.
Polyphony has released a new update for the game that includes a new car and more than a few adjustments and improvements. Let's dive into the patch notes.
Update 1.62 Patch Notes
As it is playable on the PS5, millions will be making a move on GT Sport this weekend, but what is in the new update?
Toyota GR Yaris 1st Edition RZ “High performance” ’20 has been added!
The following new logos have been added to the Decals section of My Library and are available by selecting a car from the relevant manufacturer in the Livery Editor:
- Nissan 04, 05
- Mazda 05~07
- Toyota Gazoo Racing 01~10
The following logos have been removed from the Decals section of My Library and from the Favorite page, if they were added:
- Mazda 01
- Mazda 100 years 01
- Mazda 100 years 02
Polyphony has repaired the issue where the rear wheels of the Chevrolet Chaparral 2X Vision Gran Turismo and Porsche 911 GT3 RS (991) ’16 did not appear to turn when steering.
They have also attended to the issue where a network error [NE-21097097] sometimes resulted when attempting to access Sport mode after playing in Lobby.
Support for the Logitech G923 Racing Wheel & Pedals has been added. The device name in the key assignment options has been changed to “Logitech G29/G923.”
Various other issues have been addressed.
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