It will be possible to sell cars in the future.
Kazunori Yamauchi announced that Polyphony Digital decided to pull the handbrake when he saw his vehicle heading into the abyss and when I say vehicle I mean Gran Turismo 7.
The implementation of micro-transactions in the latest game in the famous series has already raised many eyebrows, but when it was announced that after 24 hours without being able to play the rewards had been reduced, many felt that it was time to change cars and leave Grand Tourisme 7.
Now, after player reviews, Yamauchi has announced that reversed the decision and have rewards for all Gran Turismo 7 players, not to mention that new features have been announced for the future of the game based on player feedback.
“We want to thank you for your patience and valuable feedback as we grow and evolve GT7 to make it as fun and rewarding as possible for as many players as possible,” said the series creator.
“We always want to keep the lines of communication open with our community to work together and create the best racing experience possible.”
In early April, an update will be released for:
- Better rewards in later stages of World Tours by around 100% on average
- Introduce higher rewards for completing the Circuit Experience with all Gold/Bronze results
- Increased rewards in online races
- Include a total of eight new one-hour endurance racing events in quests. These will have greater rewards
- Increase the maximum credit limit in player wallets by 20 million credits. at 100M Cr.
- Increase the number of used and legendary vehicles available
Later, Polyphony Digital will introduce more global circuits, endurance events with 24-hour races, online time trials with specific rewards, and the ability to sell cars for credits.