The Gran Turismo series is one of the most loved games in the racing genre, and for good reason. You’ll be hard pressed to find a game so dedicated to the realism of each and every car as well as the accurate representations of a lot of the world’s most well-known tracks.
It’s good to see Polyphony Digital and Sony Computer Entertainment supporting the behemoth racing title with DLC.
On 26th June, 2012 the fourth set of downloadable content was released for the racing title. The first piece of DLC is a free car in the shape of the Scion FR-S ’12, the American version of the Toyota 86 which is a car that was the result of a joint development process by Toyota and Subaru. The second DLC is Japan’s famous Twin Ring Motegi track, but you’re not just getting one track (well, you kind of are), you’re getting four variations of that track in the form of the Road Course, the Super Speedway, the East Course and the West Course. All of which you can get for £3.99.
Want to know what each aspect of the DLC looks like? Check out the video below and get all of your questions answered in a single 20(ish) minute video.
Gran Turismo 5 was released exclusively for the PlayStation 3 on November 24th, 2010 and the most recent DLC, the Scion FR-S ’12 and the Twin Ring Motegi track, was released on June 26th, 2012 for the price of free and £3.99 respectively.