Gran Turismo Sport, an upcoming car racing game under development by Polyphony Digital will be released during Fall this year and recently, the studio revealed some piece of information during a question/answer session.

Polyphony Digital CEO Kazunori Yamauchi was also present at the PlayStation Experience 2017 event which took place in Malaysia and during the interview session, the CEO expressed that they do not have any plans for having microtransactions in the upcoming title.

The feature is present in most of the current titles, even the last entry to the popular franchise, Gran Turismo 6 where players were able to purchase credits within the game for the real currency through the PlayStation Store. However, the fans should be happy and excited as they will have to go through the process of buying credits and then upgrading their vehicles.

Furthermore, he mentioned that the game will receive updates and expansion packs that will add new maps and cars. While it was previously confirmed that the title will have support for PlayStation VR and PlayStation 4 Pro, where it will be running on 4K resolution at 60 FPS.

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Gran Turismo Sport will be released on October 17th, 2017 for PlayStation 4 exclusively. The title has been under development for a long time, going through a series of delays and will finally release during Fall this year. Stay tuned for more updates!

Via: GTPlanet.net