The Gran Turismo 7 update 1.18 is now available, with numerous gameplay adjustments and improvements.
The previous update 1.17 was similar to the update 1.13 from April, it added three new vehicles and a new racetrack highlighting the franchise’s commitment to racing.
Included are the Escudo aforementioned, as well as Suzuki’s new car model, the Vision GT, and the 1932 Ford Roadster.
Now, the latest update is a minor one, so it doesn’t add any new content, but it fixes various problems, including one with save data that caused an error when playing on a console.
If you’re curious about the update, here are the official patch notes from the Gran Turismo website.
Gran Turismo 7 Update 1.18
In addition, this new patch fixes music replay, GT auto brake colours, and Logitech’s G923 steering wheel.
The update also includes some unspecified fixes for issues. Check out the official release notes for this update for PS5 and PS4.
- Fixed an issue wherein after changing to a specific gear ratio, the adjustable range and set value of the gear ratio would change each time the settings were opened.
- Fixed an issue wherein the game would crash if the Honda Sports VGT was the camera target in Music Replay.
Fixed an issue wherein the colour of the brake calipers could not be changed if body paint was applied to a car equipped with the following tuning parts in the [Livery Editor]:
- Racing Brake Kit (Slotted Discs)
- Racing Brake Kit (Drilled Discs)
- Carbon Ceramic Brake Kit
Fixed an issue wherein the colour of the brake calipers would change when body paint was applied to the following cars in the [Livery Editor]:
- Alpine Vision Gran Turismo
- Aston Martin DP-100 Vision Gran Turismo
- Lambo V12 Vision Gran Turismo
- Mini Clubman Vision Gran Turismo
- Porsche 917 LIVING LEGEND
- Dodge SRT Tomahawk S Vision Gran Turismo
- Fixed an issue wherein the save data would not load correctly from the server if playing on a console with no ‘Gran Turismo 7’ save data stored on it, or if multiple consoles were used.
- Fixed an issue wherein the steering angle would not reflect the player’s inputs on some cars when using the Logitech G923.
- Fixed an issue wherein it was possible to receive multiple Tickets repeatedly from Extra Menus.
- Fixed an issue wherein the label above a car would not display correctly in a Circuit Experience replay.
- Fixed an issue wherein the race would start with the Replay Camera when starting an offline race after spectating in a Lobby.
The most recent update makes certain to satisfy Gran Turismo fans who can now keep on experiencing their fantasies about ruling on the race tracks.
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