When Kazunori Yamauchi, founder of developer Polyphony Digital, told finder.com.au that he isn’t planning on doing Gran Turismo 7 , it took some fans by surprise.
It also made some fans upset when they looked deeper into its replacement – or its evolution, to be more accurate – Gran Turismo Sport, coming to PS4 on October 18.
“Once you’ve run a number of races and cleared their prerequisites for safety, then you become eligible to purchase the FIA Gran Turismo Digital Licence within the store.
While each country’s pricing differs depending on local exchange rates and taxes, I specifically explored what CAMS is offering Australians - it’s quite confusing at first glance.
What we know is that in order to do any basic State-level racing in Australia you need at least a Provisional Clubman Circuit (PCC) license at $300 per year.
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