Gran Turismo Sport won't have any microtransactions according to reports

Posted on August 11, 2017 by Rectify Gaming

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Gran Turismo Sport is evidently eyeing the fledgling service game model, with regular updates and improvements planned over a large span of time. As we’ve seen with the likes of Overwatch, continued development is usually funded through the sale of loot boxes or other trinkets, but series creator Kazunori Yamauchi  says there will not be any microtransactions in the flagship racing game by Sony.
This comes as a surprise because even Gran Turismo 6 – which also had elements of ongoing, service-like support – allowed you to exchange real-money for in-game credits, so what gives? Will the title have a more traditional DLC model, allowing you to pay for “expansion packs” including cars and courses? Is that preferable to a microtransaction format, where at the very least the updates are free?
It’s possible that the veteran possibly misspoke, but either way Sony has to give us updates soon on this title as it has been delayed a year already.

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