Sony and Polyphony Digital has addressed the ongoing criticism surrounding Gran Turismo 7. Promising a new update this April, that'll rebalance how the game handles rewards and microtransactions, after the most recent update increased the prices of cars,.
Outlining a list of improvements on the PlayStation Blog, that'll include:
- Increase rewards in the events in the latter half of the World Circuits by approximately 100% on average.
- Addition of high rewards for clearing the Circuit Experience in all Gold/All Bronze results.
- Increase of rewards in Online Races.
- Include a total of eight new one-hour Endurance Race events to Missions. These will also have higher reward settings.
- Increase the upper limit of non-paid credits in player wallets from 20M Cr. to 100M Cr.
- Increase the quantity of Used and Legend cars on offer at any given time.
Gran Turismo 7 Rewards Being Increased Following Microtransactions Criticisms
Polyphony Digital and Sony have also promised these improvements in future Gran Turismo 7 updates:
- Increase the payout value of limited-time rewards as we develop as a live service.
- Further World Circuit event additions.
- Addition of Endurance Races to Missions including 24-hour races.
- Addition of Online Time Trials and awarding of rewards according to the player’s difference with the top-ranked time.
- Make it so cars can be sold.
Additionally, Polyphony will be giving players 1 million CR to compensate for these frustrations, and players have until April 25 to redeem the credits. Gran Turismo 7 is now available on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. We will keep you posted on the game’s future updates and more.