Sony unveils a limited edition Gran Turismo Sport PS4

When Gran Turismo Sport is released in October, fans will be able to pick up a little something extra. Sony announced today that a special limited edition GT Sport PS4 console will launch at the same time.

The console will feature a special GT Sport silver faceplate which sports (hehe) the game’s logo. The included DualShock 4 will be fully customised and feature the GT Sport logo on the touchpad. For a good look at the special console and controller, take a look at the video above.

The console comes with the Day 1 edition of the game. This edition includes;

  • $250,000 in-game credits
  • Livery sticker packs
  • Chrome Racing Helmet; and
  • 60 PS4 avatars

The Limited Edition GT Sport PS4 includes a 1TB hard drive and will be available for $550 AUD. The GT Sport DualShock will be available separately for $100 AUD.

Gran Turismo Sport will be available alongside the console on October 18, 2017.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
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