Gran Turismo Sport has undergone its very latest update. Rather than the usual large updates we’ve seen recently involving new GT League events, new cars and the occasional new track, this update is very small but perhaps even more important.
Gran Turismo Sport’s penalty system has been a source of frustration for as long as it has existed (although when it works it’s brilliant), however, more recently the system has been causing even more hair-pulling moments than ever before.
Fortunately, this is one of the areas this update addresses meaning we should hopefully see the end of people getting penalties from the slightest of rubbing. The update also fixes a tyre issue which allowed players to equip different tyres on the front and rear to find a way around the ‘Tyre Requirement’ rule.
You can view the main highlights of the most recent Gran Turismo Sport update in the patch notes below.
Main Features Implemented
Sports Mode & Lobby
– Fixed an issue wherein by equipping different tyres on the front and rear axles it was possible to circumvent the ‘Tyre Requirement’ restrictions.
– Fixed an issue where even very slight contact or collisions were incurring a penalty.