Patch 1.11 for Gran Turismo 7 has just been deployed. A redemption update that improves the economy of the game, adds events, but not only.
Polyphony Digital tries to make up for its mistakes. Shortly after the release of Gran Turismo 7, the latest PlayStation exclusive game found itself at the center of a scandal. The racing game’s popularity has plummeted with the introduction of a system that forces aspiring drivers to do so Farmer
Gran Turismo 7 is packed with rewards
The studio has since apologized with 1 million credits in compensation and a promise of an upcoming rebalance. Polyphony Digital has just taken a first step in this direction with the release of Update 1.11. While the patch fixes many technical issues, it primarily fixes Gran Turismo 7’s economy. More specifically, players will receive more rewards in the last half of World Circuit mode, in daily races, and in lobbies.
The number of credits earned in custom races and arcade mode has also been increased. Additionally, players will now receive rewards for completing Bronze and Gold tier tracks. Don’t panic, those who’ve already managed to get to these tiers will also walk away with a prize. In addition, the maximum credit limit was increased
Lots of new events and hotfixes
Less of grind and from Farm yard on the horizon, but that’s not all. Gran Turismo 7 patch 1.11 also introduces new events. Big races in Le Mans, Sardinia and Tokyo are on the program. One-hour endurance races have also been added for those who have reached Collector Level 23. Other legendary cars will also be offered simultaneously during the auction.
Improved the overall physics of the game and fixed the smoke display in photo mode. A number of bugs have been patched, both for racing, vehicle settings and game audio – in short, a very large patch that could drastically improve the gaming experience.