Gran Turismo Sport Update 1.22 Arrives on July 30

Gran Turismo Sport Update 1.22 Arrives on July 30

But what could be included?

The updates aren't stopping anytime soon for Gran Turismo Sport. Lead producer on the GT series, Kazunori Yamauchi, has recently teased update 1.22 for the racing game, which is due to hit later this month for all players.

After hitting 5 million players earlier this month in July 2018, Polyphony will round out the month with a brand new update for Gran Turismo Sport, arriving on July 30 worldwide. You can see the tease from series producer Yamauchi just below:

But what could be included with the GT Sport update 1.22? Vehicles, that's for sure, but speculation has put money on the Daihatsu Copen, Ford GT, the Mazda 787B, and an F1 car being included in update 1.22. A tweet from earlier in July also revealed that a new track is coming in the update.

Earlier in the year, a VR Time Trial mode was added to GT Sport in update 1.5, as was Nurburgring and Suzuka race circuits. Elsewhere, update 1.19 added the Fiat 500 F '68, Jaguar XJR-9 '88, and the Lamborghini Miura P400 Bertone Prototype CN.0706 '67, among other new cars.

Update 1.22 is slated to launch for Gran Turismo Sport on July 30. As things stand, it doesn't seem like the updates will be slowing down for the racing game anytime soon.

Hirun Cryer

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