Gran Turismo revealed the release date via its YouTube channel, along with a new 30-second trailer full of sweet in-game footage. The limited and digital deluxe editions were also revealed, each with a GT Sport starter pack of either eight or twelve cars depending on which version you pick, a sticker pack, in-game credit, themed avatars, and even a racing helmet for your driver profile. Before then, you can discover the game's newly revealed box art.
But wait there's more.
This follows the ending of the closed beta testing that has been running for the last few months, as Polyphony head into the final stages of polishing the game. It costs $69.99. The $79.99 Digital Deluxe Edition offers a bit more for people's money, as it includes a 12 vehicle GT Sport Starter Pack, 60 GT Sport avatars, the Livery Sticker Pack, the Chrome Racing Helmet, and $2MM in-game cash. Now, we know the game's exact release date: October 17th.
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"We've strived to create something that delivers an unprecedented experience in terms of the graphics, sound, and physics simulation; an experience that can only be enjoyed on PlayStation", Yamauchi says.