When Polyphony Digital announced Gran Turismo Sport last year, it was scheduled for a November 2016 release. But it was later delayed and is now set to be released this September.
Gran Turismo Sport will be exclusive to PlayStation 4 and feature world-first FIA Certified online championships throughout multiple classes.
The game will consist of a slim roster of 140 cars, including the Vision Gran Turismo concept cars seen in Gran Turismo 6 as well as some new ones. You’ll be able to pilot these cars on 27 different tracks.
It will also have a custom livery designer feature and conclusive photography mode called “Scapes”.
Gran Turismo Sport will be available in three editions; standard, special and collector’s . The standard edition will cost R889 and will include only the game. The special edition will feature a stylish steelbook case with some extra in-game content. This will cost R1 189.
The collector’s edition, which was detailed in Gran Turismo Sport‘s initial reveal, will include everything you get with the special edition as well as an apex booklet and a Mercedes-AMG GTS 1:43 scale model car. This will set you back R1 899.
In addition to this, Gran Turismo and Thrustmaster have revealed a new racing wheel to accompany the game. It’s called the T-GT and it comes fitted with an integrated cooling system, a field-oriented control system and rotary knobs to adjust electronic assists in-game.
There’s also a three-pedal set and a power supply shaped like a turbocharger. Outlets are reporting the T-GT to cost around $800 before tax (about R10 200).