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Gran Turismo: Sport Racing On to PS4 This Year, Release Date and Trailer Inside

Sony has officially announced the release date of Polyphony Digital’s Gran Turismo: Sport for PS4. Following on from the exclusive event that was hosted today in London, Sony has announced that Gran Turismo: Sport will hit PS4 this November 15th, 2016.

It wasn’t just a simple “here’s the release date, get lost” kind of thing either, as Sony released a brand new gameplay trailer for the upcoming racer. The trailer, which is down below, shows some of the game’s tracks in action as well as some of the customisation options that’ll be available to players.

Now, as the game’s release date has been announced, it’s only natural that the pre-orders would start opening up. And, sure as day follows night, they have begun. Sony was kind enough to list the exclusive offers with each retailer will be offering:

  • GameStop – 2x Early Access Bonus Cars
    • Chevrolet Corvette Group 3
    • Nissan NISMO GT-R GT3 N24
  • PlayStation Store
    • GT Themed PS4 Avatars
    • GT Sport Dynamic Theme
    • $500,000 In-Game Credit
  • Amazon
    • $500,000 In-Game Credit

And then there’s the Gran Turismo: Sport Limited Edition.

To commemorate the release of Gran Turismo being introduced on PlayStation 4 for the very first time, we created GT Sport Limited Edition for our hardcore racing fans. Priced at just $69.99 ($89.99 CAD), the Limited Edition contains more than $130 in content including:

  • GT Sport Starter Pack (8x Cars) – Gain immediate access to cars within various race class, including GT4, Rally, and more
  • $1MM In-Game Credit – Build and customize your personalized garage
  • Livery Sticker Pack – Bonus livery of numerous brands and logos
  • 30x PS4 GT Sport Themed Avatars – Based on selected GT Sport featured vehicles
  • Racing Helmet – For your customized driver profile
  • Limited Edition Steel Book and Packaging

So, quite a lot of information to go on, yeah? There’s more to come as Sony is hosting a live-stream of the game a little later on today so be sure to check back in with Pure PlayStation and we’ll keep you up to date.

So, er, bye-bye DriveClub? Or will Evolution’s (R.I.P) racer still remain a staple in your gaming diet once GT Sport hits? Get into gear in the comments section below.

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