Gran Turismo 7: more and more pro players are leaving the game

Gran Turismo 7: more and more pro players are leaving the game

Gran Turismo 7

It has now been several months since the launch of Gran Turismo 7, and although the exclusive PlayStation has definitely started off on the right foot, it doesn't seem to be doing very well lately. Especially when it comes to the competitive scene, the title is facing a number of difficulties. A few months ago the well-known world champion had made it official that he had decided to leave the game, while now other pro players are complaining about a new annoying situation.

The new problems regarding the competitive part of Gran Turismo 7 have emerged with the recent statements of Lewis Bentley, a professional player who was the protagonist of a new article published by the editorial staff of Jalopnik. The pro player in question wanted to reveal to the editorial staff all the problems that are currently facing Gran Turismo professionals.

Gran Turismo 7 Update 1.19 Patch Notes: Everything we know so far

The Gran Turismo 7 update 1.19 is the next version we are eagerly anticipating and is destined to include many fixes and adjustments to the gaming community’s liking.

The latest update was released yesterday, and it included some minor fixes, including one with save data, which led to an error when playing on a console.

Furthermore, the update contains also unspecified changes for PS5 and PS4 consoles, including music replay, GT autobraking colours, and Logitech’s G923 steering wheel.

The developers of Gran Turismo normally issue an update at the start and end of each month, so it will be interesting to see if they will follow suit

So, if you’re also interested in finding out what the next patch contains, keep an eye on this page.

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Gran Turismo 7 Update 1.19 patch notes date

At the time of this writing, no date has been confirmed for when the next patch notes will be released. This section will be updated with the upcoming date once the developer confirms it.

Gran Turismo 7 Update 1.19 patch notes

We do not yet have the patch notes for Gran Turismo 7 update 1.19, but as soon as the official notes are available from the Gran Turismo website, we will update this page.

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In the meantime, as we await the official patch notes for update 1.19, players can look forward to two fixes with the new update First, a bug was fixed that caused the brake callipers on cars with custom liveries to turn lime green.

The other issue, however, is one that players hoped would not be fixed the Extra Menu Roulette Ticket glitch. As a result, players could access four-star and six-star engine tickets from the Extra Menus introduced in update 1.17, along with a Honda NSX Gr.B.

Among the other issues fixed are a problem with the Logitech G923 steering wheel controller, and an odd issue that caused the game to crash when the Honda Vision GT was the camera target in Music Replay.

Lastly, the ticket “bonanza” has now been patched, so GT Cafe Menu Books are the only source of one-time tickets, and daily workout mileage completion awards a random ticket each day.

With that said the next content update is expected towards the end of July if Polyphony Digital keeps to its GT7 update pattern.

We certainly hope that the next update contains similar, if not more, interesting updates, stay tuned.

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