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Gran Turismo Sport Release Date Set For October 17 - Limited & Digital Deluxe Edition Details

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Gran Turismo Sport Release Date Set For October 17 - Limited & Digital Deluxe Edition Details

Gran Turismo Sport is scheduled to release on October 17 for PlayStation 4 with plans to reveal many features included in the game, prior to release, including campaign mode, creative tools, along with a full reveal of all the cars and tracks you can look forward to racing on launch day.

Along with the Standard Edition of Gran Turismo Sport, the team has announced their Gran Turismo Sport Limited Edition and Gran Turismo Sport Digital Deluxe Edition. Check out those details below.

Gran Turismo Sport Limited Edition – $69.99 MSRP ($89.99 CAN)

  • 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

Gran Turismo Sport Digital Deluxe Edition – $79.99 MSRP ($99.99 CAN)

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

For more details on Gran Turismo Sport, check out the official website.

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  1. I think GT has become confused as to what game it wants to be. It used to be a direct competitor to Forza. We've since had the likes of Driveclub, which was visually stunning but a little arcadey while  Project Cars quenched the appetite of your serious racer but completely alienated the causal gamer.
    It's a pretty difficult task for GT to stand out from the crowd & it will likely become nothing more than than the PS equivalent of Forza.
    Dazraz
    I think GT has become confused as to what game it wants to be. It used to be a direct competitor to Forza. We've since had the likes of Driveclub, which was visually stunning but a little arcadey while *Project Cars quenched the appetite of your serious racer but completely alienated the causal gamer.
    It's a pretty difficult task for GT to stand out from the crowd & it will likely become nothing more than than the PS equivalent of Forza.

    That'll work for me. Now that it has an actual date I'm preordering it.

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