Polyphony Digital pushed Gran Turismo 7Microtransactions are alive, and suffice to say they’re a lot more expensive than what you’re used to with Gran Turismo Sport.
Players can top up their credit by purchasing bundles from PlayStation Store, which they otherwise earn simply by completing tasks in the game. The credit bundles are as follows:
- 100,000 credits – $2.49 / £1.99
- 250,000 credits – $4.99 / £3.99
- 750,000 credits – $9.99 / £7.99
- 2,000,000 credits – $19.99 / £15.99
However, unlike Gran Turismo Sport, GT7 does not allow you to buy cars via microtransactions. Instead, something like a Porsche 919 Hybrid 16 will set you back a whopping 3,000,000 credits, while in GT Sport it would have cost just $2.99. For the record, that’s at least $40 you have to spend to get that one car.
You can also equip various upgrades for your vehicles, but that also requires you to spend cash for credits.
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Gran Turismo 7 is out today for PS4 and PS5. View our review of the Polyphony Digital racing simulator here.
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