Gran Turismo Sport update 1.29 is now rolling out for players on PS4. According to the Gran Turismo Sport 1.29 changelog, the latest update contains fixes for the several issues related to server performance, car balancing, and more. In addition, the new Gran Turismo Sport version 1.29 update also includes stability and performance improvements.
Recently, the September update had added 9 new cars (BMW M3 GT, Mazda RX500 ’70, Plymouth XNR Ghia Roadster ’60, Honda NSX Type R ’92) and a new Fuji Speedway racing track. Unfortunately, since the last patch, many players were experiencing a number of issues when trying to play the game. Today’s Gran Turismo Sport 1.29 update is expected to fix all these issues. Check out more details 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)
Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya Grand Prix – Total Length: 4,655m. Elevation Change: 30m. Number of corners: 16. Longest Straight: 1047m
The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya opened in September 1991, a year before Barcelona hosted the Olympics. Located approximately 30km north of the famous Spanish city, it has become one of the most popular venues for motorsports events, including the Formula One Spanish Grand Prix. With a long straight and a large variety of tricky corners, the race track challenges both drivers and cars alike. Perhaps that’s why the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya has become a popular test site for the world’s leading automobile manufacturers and race teams.
“Autumn Leaves” will be added to the special featured section.
“Fuji International Speedway” will be added to “Circuit Experience.”
Gran Turismo Sport update 1.29 for PS4 is now available for download.