Gran Turismo Sport Launches October 17 on PS4

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Early Gran Turismo games focused on nailing the unique handling characteristics of individual vehicles over more engaging race types - and, thankfully, Gran Turismo Sport is set to take that concept and make it a whole lot better. The console exclusive has, unfortunately, hit a few road bumps that pushed back its anticipated release date. In the USA, it's coming one day earlier on October 17.

Along with the announcement of a date, Polyphony Digital released a very brief teaser trailer.

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There is the Gran Turismo Sport Collector's Edition, GT Sport Steel Book Edition and GT Sport Day 1 Edition.

Gran Turismo Sport was originally supposed to be released on the PlayStation 4 in November 2016, before a delay was announced in August 2016.

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Sony will release details on some of the game's features in the coming weeks, including the campaign mode, various creative tools and the full list of cars and tracks that will be in the game.

Gran Turismo Sport is available to pre-order now from the PlayStation Store and via a variety of retailers. Fans can place a pre-order for the Standard Edition of the game for $69.99 or step up to the Digital Deluxe Edition for $79.99. The Gran Turismo Sport Limited Edition comes with an eight auto GT Sport Starter Pack, 30 GT Sport avatars, a Livery Sticker Pack, a Chrome Racing Helmet for your Driver Profile, $1MM in-game credit, and Steel Book package.

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