The competition began at the end of last month and is open to anyone with Gran Turismo 7. There will be seven rounds in-game, culminating in a LAN-based finale at an as-yet-undisclosed venue and November date.
The third main competition that makes up the Gran Turismo World Series, last season it was won by Brazilian driver Igor Fraga, who this season competes in the real-world Japanese SUPER GT championship.
Today’s patch simply amends the results of the first round, dating back to 30th April, with the incorrect points currently displayed on the ranking. Following this update, the correct results should be displayed once the second round is complete.
It sees the Toyota GR Yaris paired with the fictional Sardegna Road Track B layout on 14th May 2023.
“We apologise for any inconvenience caused to players participating in the TOYOTA GAZOO Racing GT Cup 2023,” read the Polyphony Digital-issued statement.
Should you take part in one round, a free in-game GR010 Hybrid Hypercar, worth 3,000,000 in-game credits, will be distributed – Gran Turismo 7 is currently the only place where the 24 Hours of Le Mans winning car is currently playable.
If you enter either of the first two rounds, the prize car arrives at the end of May, or if you wait until the later rounds then sometime between the end of August and the start of September.
Gran Turismo 7 version 1.33 changelog
- Fixed an issue with the TOYOTA GAZOO Racing GT Cup 2023 wherein the number of points for Round 1 on 30 April would not display correctly in the points ranking. The correct points earned in Round 1 will be reflected in the ranking after registering a new result from Round 2 on 14 May.