Gran Turismo 7 microtransactions are now live, and they’re significantly more expensive than before.
Players can now purchase in-game credit packs to purchase these cars in packs that range from $2.49 to $19.99. Here’s a complete breakdown of what’s available:
- 100,000 credits: $2.49 / £1.99
- 250,000 credits: $4.99 / £3.99
- 750,000 credits: $9.99 / £7.99
- 2,000,000 credits: $19.99 / £15.99
Right now, it’s most economical to purchase the $19.99 package, as it’s $2.49 per 100,000 credits. Cars cost anywhere from a few thousand credits to the millions for more valuable rides, but previously, Gran Turismo Sport’s selection of vehicles were available for as low as $0.99 to $4.99. Now, players will need to spend a significant amount more if they want to nab some of the flashier cars.
Microtransaction prices weren’t accessible during the Gran Turismo 7 review period. That means early players were unable to check how much the final prices would be for in-game credits. Credits are earned in-game by way of completing challenges and races, however, so real-world purchases aren’t required, though they will speed up the collecting aspect of the game considerably.
In our Gran Turismo 7 review, we awarded the racing sim 4.5 stars. praising it for its high-quality motion and driving physics and massive load of single-player challenges to complete.
Most recently, it appears the game has been pulled from sale in Russia, though Sony hasn’t made an official announcement about the move.
Check out our full Gran Turismo 7 review for our thoughts on the latest entry in the long-running racing sim series.