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47 grand Gran Turismo Sport bundle includes actual car

Sony Interactive Entertainment Taiwan has announced a bundle for Gran Turismo Sport which includes an actual car.



Gran Turismo Sport - EU Beta

Special editions are all very well and good, but Sony Interactive Entertainment Taiwan has announced a bundle for Gran Turismo Sport which includes, amongst other things, an actual drivable car.

It’s a limited-edition 2018 Mazda MX-5 to be precise, and that’s not all. The game, which is out today, comes with all manner of collectibles: a PS4 Pro, a PSVR headset with Move controllers included, an Apiga AP1 racing chair, Thrustmaster T-GT steering wheel, a Sony Bravia 4K HDR TV, twelve months of PS Plus.

That’s quite a haul; mind you, for $46,600 you would want to get your money’s worth. Unfortunately, if you’re the kind of collecting enthusiast that’s tempted by this, you’re out of luck: there was only one bundle produced and it has already been sold.


Still, that’s pretty special. We were impressed with the idea of a nice bottle of whiskey, some glasses and some ice stones for Yakuza 6, so a car is really pushing the boat out, so to speak.

Gran Turismo Sport is out today, after traditional Polyphony delays, and looks quite special indeed. Of all previous releases in Polyphony’s franchise, this entry – the first on the PS4 – comes out to the stiffest competition, with the likes of Project Cars 2, F1 2017, and Forza Motorsport 7 to contend with.

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