In addition to the new content, the update has also introduced two new GT League events. These include the MINI Challenge (Beginner League), and a X2014 Nations Cup (Professional League).
For those conscious of space on their PS4, this new November update only takes up a relatively tiny 2.566 GB.
You can take a look at some of the new content introduced today in the brand new November Update trailer just below, but keep reading for the full patch notes.
The following nine cars have been added:
- Ferrari GTO ’84
- Honda EPSON NSX ’08
- Jaguar E-type Coupé ’61
- Lexus PETRONAS TOM’S SC430 ’08
- Maserati Gran Turismo S ’08
- MINI Cooper S ’05
- Nissan XANAVI NISMO GT-R ’08
- Pagani Zonda R ’09
- Subaru Impreza 22B-STi Version ’98
The “Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya Grand Prix Layout” track is now available.
3. Campaign Mode
The following events are now part of “GT League:”
- Beginners League: “Mini Challenge”
- Professional League: “X2014 Nations Cup”
- ”Group 4 Cup” Rounds 4 and 5
- ”Boxer Spirit” Rounds 4 and 5
- ”All Japan GT Car Championship” Rounds 4 and 5
- ”Porsche Cup” Round 4
“Fuji International Speedway” has been added to the “Circuit Experience.”
“Autumn Leaves” joins the special featured section.
5. Brand Central
“Maserati” and “Pagani” have been added.
The rev LED, gear position and speed are now part of the Thrustmaster® BT LED Display.
7. Car Settings
Transmission part names and detailed descriptions are now available. (For more information, please refer to the “Car Settings Options” page of the Online Manual, under the “Transmission selection” section.)
8. Sport Mode & Lobby
The Shortcut Penalties judgement algorithm has been updated:
- Shortcut Penalties were originally assessed as soon as the car returned to the track. They will now be performed a short time after the car returns to the track.
- Also, a Shortcut Penalty will not be applied if the car returns to the track in an unstable state after a shortcut, or when the driver intentionally decelerates after returning to the track.