Gran Turismo 7 has increased car prices

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They are untrainable, fans are pissed at Polyphony Digital developers after the latest update raises the prices of a large number of the rarest and most expensive cars in the game Gran Turismo 7.

This is for everything update version 1.15which revises prices in accordance with real estimates led by Hagerty Insurancewhich specializes in classic cars.

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According to the players, the price of 27 cars from the Hagerty collection has been increased, 21 have remained the same, and two have fallen. The largest difference was recorded in Ferrari F40the price almost doubled from 1.35 million credits to 2.6 million credits.

Players fear how far the prices of these cars will go, because in the real world their price is constantly rising. They also don’t like the difference between the price of the previous job and the new job. For example McLaren F1 is sold for a million credits in Gran Turismo Sport, while in Gran Turismus 7 it cost 18.5 million, after a recent update – 19.4 million.

At the same time, when announcing the cooperation between Sony and Hagerty, many warned that the agreement would lead to a constant increase in the prices of cars in the game. As if it wasn’t enough for Sony to criticize car prices at the time of the game’s release.

Another problem with Gran Turisma 7 is that you can’t sell your cars. This should change in the future. The creators have already adjusted the bonuses for the race.

Source :Indian TV

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