Gran Turismo Sport will be released for PlayStation 4 on October 17 in North America and October 18 in Europe and Australia.
Polyphony Digital founder Kazunori Yamauchi announced on PlayStation Blog that more details about the game, including its campaign mode and the full list of tracks and cars, will be revealed in the coming months.
Gran Turismo Sport box art.
The game’s release date was previously narrowed down to fall 2017 and was originally scheduled to launch in November 2016.
Along with the $59.99 Standard Edition, Gran Turismo Sport will also be available in a $69.99 Limited Edition and Digital Deluxe Edition for $79.99. Check out IGN’s pre-order guide, which details all the bonus items that come with these different editions of the game.
While you wait for Gran Turismo Sport’s release read IGN’s interview with Yamauchi, which delves into the history behind Polyphony Digital and Gran Turismo.
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