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New DLC and game Update coming December 20th

News | Wednesday December 14, 2011 by Milouse | 16093 reads |

Four new cars will come along a set of small features. Click for details.

The $3.99 car pack includes the 2011 Mini Cooper S, 2010 Volkswagen Golf VI R, 2010 Volkswagen Scirocco R and, because it seems that we lack Nissan GT-R cars in GT5, a 2012 Nissan GT-R Black edition R35.

As for free update (2.02), here's what will change in the game:
  • Users can now change wheels on Standard cars
  • The settings sheets will include a new ‘copy’ feature
  • In GT Auto, players will be able to see how the oil changes, aerodynamic parts, engine overhauls, and racing modifications will affect performance points and engine power, before and after their application
  • Free coupons have been added that allow you to wash cars, change oil, overhaul your engine, or refresh the car body in GT Auto (10 coupons will be distributed for free to each of those who have downloaded the 2.02 update)
  • Pressing the Square button in the car coupon selection screen of the Car Delivery will now allow you to exchange all car coupons at once, rather than doing one at a time
  • In screens where the [Garage] and [Driver List] buttons are displayed in the A/B Spec events, Special Events, and Seasonal Events, pressing the Square button will now show the [Garage], and pressing the Triangle button will bring up the drivers list
  • In My Lounge, the room settings will feature a new ‘Max. number of participants’ setting
  • In the event selection screen of seasonal events, there are now ☆(star) marks that show the number of Gold Trophies attained in each event
  • Improved racing sound effects
  • Elements of the steering assist controls (used when using certain controllers on Racing Karts) have been tweaked


But according to PlayStation's official blog, there's more:

As an additional gift to players this holiday season, everyone who downloads the 2.02 update will also receive the stunning Toyota FT-86 2012 to add to their in-game collection.

One more note: Those who purchased the course and/or vehicle DLC that was released in October will be able to download Family Upgrade unlocks for free from the store. This means that if you bought the Racing Car Pack, Course Pack, or the ‘Complete Pack’ that contained both of these, by downloading the free Family Upgrade items, the content will now be accessible to more than just the user account that purchased the content. Family members or friends using the same PS3 can all use the courses and cars. Note that the upgrade doesn’t apply to the Racing Gear Pack or Special Paint Pack, and starting next week, new purchases will not have the restriction in place.


New cars will be added to the database.


[UPDATE] As a special gift anyone who purchased anything from the first batch of DLC will get unlock the Gran Turismo Racing Kart 125 SP and five New Car Refresh cards in the game for free. The refresh cards will take any car back to being ‘as good as new’ while maintaining any modifications or paint jobs you have given your motors. To take advantage of this offer, you’ll need to install the new downloadable update hitting next week. 

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message #13 | Thursday December 22, 2011 | Hemi427 | Report
@ Milouse
You are right. But with "realistic" I wanted to say, that they should put the wheel according to the country it comes from (just talk about ingame - not "real world"). I don't care that much, if a Jaguar or Mini got the wheel on the right side ingame, cause it comes from britain. But cars from countrys, that use right-lane-traffic should just have the wheels on the left side. And about your "Let the player choose the side option", well that's indeed just a dream option :) ... but it would be awsome as hell :D.
message #12 | Wednesday December 21, 2011 | Milouse | Report
But if you buy a Jaguar in Germany - for real - it would have the steering wheel on the left side, so why "realistic" means to you that the car have SW on the original side? Letting the player choose his side would be the only realistic option ;-)
message #11 | Wednesday December 21, 2011 | Hemi427 | Report
Actually I can't realy agree with your comment. I always loved GT because of the details, and the relistic cars. And for me, Realistic means, that the car "represents" the country it comes from, which also includes the place of steering wheel. And for me, the place of the steering wheel ingame is realy important, because sometimes I like to drive like in real live (Normal speed, the right line ...). And I can't realy do that, if a german car got its wheel on the good damn wrong side (sry but I just have to write that in a somehow angry way). Hopefully they not gonna make that mistake again, otherwise they can sell there DLC's to someone else, but not me anymore !
message #10 | Monday December 19, 2011 | 71fleetwood | Report
They should really work on adding all the rest of the GT4 cars into the game. They could just make around 25 be premium, and we could vote on which ones get the premium. However, I am exited on this new update and DLC.
Should I buy an Xbox 360 just so I can play Forza 4?
message #9 | Monday December 19, 2011 | Milouse | Report
These cars exist in real life with both left and right steering wheel. We can assume, looking at the whole GT5 garage, that the intent from GT5 maker Polyphony Digital was to model the car with steering wheel in the place it should be in its original country. And obviously it is a fail (the reason may be that PD got the wrong original model while modeling the car). For me, this is more ridiculous and funny than a real problem. To be honest, once in the car, i don't really care if the wheel is right or left, even if i use the cockpit view.
message #8 | Sunday December 18, 2011 | Hemi427 | Report
@ Milouse
I can't actually understand that VW gave theme the license to create those cars and then they build them like that. And the most idiotic thing is, that the Mini (if you can believe those pictures), which is actually a british car got the steering wheel on the left site (the german, french or whatever site). How stupid is that ? Gran Turismo starts to disapoint me more and more ...
message #7 | Friday December 16, 2011 | TheToad263 | Report
Ugh, I am glad that GT5 is starting to get some DLC and hopefully there are MANY MANY more car and track packages to come, but so far I have to say I have been GREATLY DISSAPOINTED!!!! The only think that has been worth buying so far is Spa... as far as new tracks it seems like they are on the right track, if only theyre were a few more new tracks. Unfortunately, the new DLC cars have been so terrible that I wonder who the heck is making these choices.... Why do they insist on simply giving us modified versions of cars that are already in the game. It makes most people with any knowledge of this game realize they are being ripped off.... I mean paying good money to get cars that are COMPLETELY NEW to the game would be completely worth it because I imagine designing and rendering them in digital and very realistic looking form takes some hard work, but simply changing the body kit, paint scheme and HP/weight statistics doesn't really take much work at all and is an obvious cash grab... As of now I have not and do not plan on buying these GT5 DLC packs until Polophony realizes that if they were to offer some very desireable cars in a DLC like say the old school BMW M1, then I would be the first one in line to pay for it. I would pay $20 bucks for 3 courses (Say Brands Hatch, Watkins Glen and Silverstone) and 10 cars (Say BMW M1, a couple modern F1 cars to comete with the Ferraris like a Red Bull and Mclaren, a vintage F1 car from every decade starting in the 60s, the Ariel Atom V8, the top of the line Konigsegg and the Porsche (or RUF) Carerra GT)..... while I would LOVE for there to be tons more DLC than that, I would be more than content if those 3 tracks and 10 cars were made available for purchase, but I am keeping my money if all we can buy are more skylies/GTRs and other special versions of cars that are already in the game (sometimes already in the game as multiple versions of the car)
message #6 | Friday December 16, 2011 | Milouse | Report
Thanks for pointing that SkierPS3, news updated. ;-)
message #5 | Thursday December 15, 2011 | SkierPS3 | Report
You forgot to mention the free special kart.
message #4 | Thursday December 15, 2011 | Milouse | Report
GT5 has the same problem with some french cars that have their wheel on right side in the game instead of left in France. With wheel in front of right seat on these pics, you can be be 99% sure that it will like that in the game.
message #3 | Thursday December 15, 2011 | Hemi427 | Report
I so damn hope, that the Golf's will have the steering wheel at the left side, and not on right as its shown on the pictures. These are good damn german cars, so hopefully the wheelsetting will be "german".
Hopefully they'll also make the 2007 Audi RS4 Avant soon. Of course also with the steeringwheel on the left side.
message #2 | Wednesday December 14, 2011 | Milouse | Report
Not that many more cars, sadly. Forza 4 players get 10 new cars each month...
message #1 | Wednesday December 14, 2011 | andyturneruk | Report
More cars? Where are some new (or old GT4) tracks?!!
Some interesting changes in the update though.
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