Legend Cars in the dynamically-priced Hagerty collection are going up.
As examined by GT Planet user Eggstor (via our friends at Kotaku Australia), Gran Turismo 7 update 1.15 has raised prices on a total of twenty-seven cars, with one being lowered in price and another twenty-one left unchanged.
Of particular note is the Ferrari F40, which has doubled in price from 1.34 million to 2.6 million in-game credits. That vehicle is by no means the most expensive found seen in-game: the McLaren P1 GTR ’16, at least at one point, was priced at 3,600,000 credits, or roughly $59.90 AUD worth of microtransactions. Eggstor’s list also has a number of 20 million credit vehicles including the Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Touring Berlinetta and the Ferrari 250 GTO. Purchased with real-world money, those vehicles would set you back $299.50 AUD.
The racer has been under fire since launch, with users complaining of the grind required to earn credits to purchase in-game vehicles. Polyphony first responded by making it even more difficult to earn in-game currency before backflipping and increasing rewards and offering a one-time payout to those who were playing. At the peak of its issues, Metacritic users awarded the title the honour of being Sony’s lowest scored first-party title.
4 March 2022
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