Gran Turismo Sport‘s latest update (version 1.29) is now available which adds the much-anticipated Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya track along with nine new cars, and more.
The Spanish Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya track was first opened in 1991 and hosted events of the Summer Olympics the very next year. The track also plays host to the F1 Spain Grand Prix and has seen some alterations over the years to aid overtaking.
According to the official Gran Turismo website, the Grand Prix version, featuring 16 turns, is the only configuration included in the update.
Polyphony is keeping up with the recent tradition of adding nine cars in every major update. The latest batch of nine cars are as eclectic as ever and feature everything from Super GT cars to the much more sensible Mini Cooper.
You can view the nine new additions below.
- Ferrari GTO ’84 (N400)
- Maserati GranTurismo S ’08 (N400)
- Pagani Zonda R ’09 (Gr.X)
- Honda EPSON NSX ’08 (Gr.2)
- Lexus PETRONAS TOM’S SC430 ’08 (Gr.2)
- Nissan XANAVI NISMO GT-R ’08 (Gr.2)
- Jaguar E-type Coupé ’61 (N300)
- MINI Cooper S ’05 (N200)
- Subaru Impreza 22B-STi Version ’98 (N300)
Besides the new content listed above, the latest update also adds the following GT League events: The “MINI Challenge” (Beginner League), and the X2014 Nations Cup (Professional League). Additionally, new Rounds will be added to the following events: Group 4 Cup (Beginner League), Boxer Spirit (Amateur League), All Japan GT Car Championships (Professional League), and the Porsche Cup (Endurance League).
Elsewhere, Scapes has a new “Autumn Leaves” section, and Fuji International Circuit has been added to Circuit Experience.