Gran Turismo Sport Release Date Revealed

Gran Turismo Sport Release Date Revealed - News

by William D'Angelo, posted on 13 July 2017 / 4,495 Views

Sony Interactive Entertainment announced Gran Turismo Sport will launch for the PlayStation 4 on October 17 in the North America, October 18 in Europe, and October 19 in Japan.

View the release date trailer below:


Here are details on the different editions of the game in North America:

Gran Turismo Sport Limited Edition – $69.99 MSRP ($89.99 CAN)

  • GT Sport Starter Pack (8 Cars)
  • $1MM In-Game Credit
  • Livery Sticker Pack
  • 30 GT Sport Themed Avatars
  • Chrome Racing Helmet (For Driver Profile)
  • Limited Steel Book & Packaging

Gran Turismo Sport Digital Deluxe Edition – $79.99 MSRP ($99.99 CAN)

  • GT Sport Starter Pack (12 Cars)
  • $2MM In-Game Credit
  • Livery Sticker Pack
  • 60 GT Sport Themed Avatars
  • Chrome Racing Helmet (For Driver Profile)

A life-long and avid gamer, William D'Angelo was first introduced to VGChartz in 2007. After years of supporting the site, he was brought on in 2010 as a junior analyst, working his way up to lead analyst in 2012. He has expanded his involvement in the gaming community by producing content on his own YouTube channel and Twitch channel dedicated to gaming Let's Plays and tutorials. You can contact the author at wdangelo@vgchartz.com or on Twitter @TrunksWD.


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6 Comments

Azzanation (on 14 July 2017)

As of right now, GTS already offers a bare bone car line up compared to its competitors.. yet still have the nerve to sell car packs? I dont believe GTS is in the position to slice up there car list. All cars should be available on launch. Ill get disliked for this comment. However if gamers dont make a stand than thats why GTS comes with less than 180 cars and with different editions offering more cars than others.


Kristof81 (on 14 July 2017)

Do you think that they care? It's GT on PS4. It will sell butt loads and they'll milk it to death.


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Azzanation (on 14 July 2017)

I agree Kristof81, and that's exactly what's about to happen.


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Ggordon (on 13 July 2017)

Its 2017 right?


Luke888 (on 13 July 2017)

Same day as The Evil Within 2 in the US :/


flashfire926 (on 14 July 2017)

The evil within 2 is coming out October 13th.


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topolino227 (on 14 July 2017)

My most anticipated Game for 2017 and finally it has a release date, the beta was a lot of fun already, but i really just want the Full Game now !! I love that they are also focusing more on Online this time, Onlinegaming is the future and bigger than ever now and i mean there will still be a lot of things to do in the campaign (140 Events or so i heard) so that will also be a lot of fun.


Walbert (on 14 July 2017)

October 17 in the North America, October 18 in Europe, and October 19 in Japan all coming in 2022.


Mr Puggsly (on 13 July 2017)

I was under the impression this would be like 40 bucks given its slim on content compared to previous games, like Prologue releases. Not paying full price.


Chris Hu (on 13 July 2017)

Exactly both Project Cars 2 and Forza Motorsports 7 will have more content. It should be priced at $39.99 or less giving its lack of content. It will probably not even have a proper career mode.


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Mr Puggsly (on 13 July 2017)

People are already talking about PS5 but how long before a proper GT? I imagine Sony is getting frustrated with this studio..


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Chris Hu (on 14 July 2017)

Well the last time GT actually helped out hardware sales was during the PS2 era.


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