Polyphony and Sony today announced that new content is coming to Gran Turismo Sport, the latest entry in the long-running racing series that was recently released.
With the launch of version 1.06 later this month, the game’s developers are planning on introducing both new cars, and — particularly of interest to some players — a new “GT League” single-player mode.
GT Sport received fairly mixed reception by the press back when it released last month, with a decent amount of criticism aimed at the lack of a true dedicated single player mode. Sony says 26 million hours of the game have been played worldwide.
The new mode is based on the classic “GT Mode” from previous Gran Turismo entries, and allows players to race through cups ranging in skill level (from beginner through pro).
1.06 will also bring three new cars to the game, the ISO Rivolta Zagato VGT (pictured), Audi R18 and Shelby Cobra 427
The new patch is set to launch November 27. It will also allow players to access the Livery Editor, Scapes and Campaign modes without needing to go online, presumably another response to the game’s mixed response by critics.