Another dozen vehicles are set to be introduced to Gran Turismo Sport, as part of an upcoming content update for the title.
Teased on the official Twitter feed of GT Sport’s game director, Kazunori Yamauchi, the 12 new cars appear appear to be predominantly road cars – further populating Gran Turismo Sport’s burgeoning mid and high-tier ‘N Class’ categories.
Of the road cars, most appear to be returning examples from prior Gran Turismo games. For instance, examples such as the Lamborghini Aventador, the first-generation Audi R8 and the third-generation Toyota Supra from Gran Turismo 6 are all set to be brought Buy paroxetine tablets buy paroxetine uk colchicine buy online uk colchicine buy online canada colchicine tablets to buy buy paroxetine online uk dapoxetine, paroxetine tablets buy, where order online i toradol buy cheap uk purchase paroxetine tablets buy cheap. buy Antabuse online. back to the series via this new GT Sport patch.
Additional vehicles, however, do appear to be new. Based on the limited details in the teaser image, it seems the all-new Alpine A110 will be making its racing game debut via Gran Turismo Sport. Similarly, it’s now highly likely the raucous De Tomaso Pantera supercar will soon be making its inaugural Gran Turismo appearance in Gran Turismo Sport.
More details on the identities of the dozen new cars (as well as the contents of the patch they’re included in) are expected to be disclosed later in the week.