As said, Gran Turismo Sport will be released for PlayStation 4 (and PS4 Pro) on October 18th. It is surprising as it is that the franchise was not there at the very beginning when the console arrived almost four years ago.
A new trailer providing a quick glimpse at what you can expect from the virtual reality features and support in the Gran Turismo Sport game has been released this week and is now embedded below for your viewing pleasure. The controller shares a similar silver theme and also features the logo on the touch-bar.
Coloured in silver and black, the console itself has a silver top decorated with the Gran Turismo stylised "GT" logo.
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The bundle will also include a day one copy of the game, awarding the player with $250,000 in game credits, livery sticker packs, a chrome racing helmet and 60 PS4 avatars.
If you just want the limited edition DualShock 4, it will be available to purchase separately. Sony points out in its announcement today that it will offer the Dualshock 4 as a standalone product and in a bundle with a standard version of Gran Turismo Sport. These bundles are listed: Jet Black PS4 1 TB edition, Jet Black PS4 500GB edition, Jet Black PS4 1TB + extra Jet Black DUALSHOCK 4 edition and Jet Black PS4 Pro edition. It will launch alongside the game on October 18. Prices have yet to be announced. It has been a long time coming and will hopefully not disappoint fans.