GT Sport: where are the time trial leaderboards?

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I, like many, held off on buying the newest installment of Gran Turismo due to its anemic amount of content. Once it became clear that Polyphony Digital was in it for the long term with regular free content drops, my stance quickly changed.

The change of perspective cost me $20 at the time and it’s what the game retails for these days at places like Amazon and GameStop.

At over 60 hours of in game driving time, I’ve found it to be well worth the asking price, especially with continued free DLC car packs and tracks.

The only caveat with this is a single glaring omission from the game – proper time trial leaderboards.

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GT Sport July Update Live

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After taking a brief month hiatus, Polyphony Digital is at it again with the rollout for July’s Gran Turismo Sport update. Watch the official trailer on PlayStation Korea’s channel The update, which clocks in around 3.5 gigs, offers a new fantasy track, Circuit de Sainte-Croix, 7 new cars, the ability to purchase in game cars … Read more GT Sport July Update Live

New Content on July 30th for the Understated GT Sport

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After falling out of the racing genre since playing the infinitely underrated Driveclub, I’ve had a lingering itch to dive back into something substantial. After initially passing on Gran Turismo Sport due lackluster reviews and feeling as though the content wasn’t up to par, I sat back and watched as Polyphony Digital’s service type approach came to fruition.

The studio has stayed true to its word from launch until now, releasing new content nearly every month, and by the end of July they will have added another notch to the constant stream of content.

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