Last week’s Gran Turismo 7 update was the biggest and best yet, with update 1.29 adding five new cars, a free PSVR 2 update, new races featuring Sophy AI and the return of Grand Valley. Less than a week later, Gran Turismo 7 update 1.30 has arrived.
While there aren’t any new cars or tracks included in the update, the Gran Turismo 7 update 1.30 patch notes highlight some important bug fixes that improve the experience.
Gran Turismo 7 update 1.30 fixes Grand Valley glitch
Since Grand Valley Highway 1 was added to GT7, players have experienced an issue where cars of other players would not appear when exiting the pit in online Lobby and Sport races.
This pit-lane glitch resulted in Grand Valley being removed from round one of the Gran Turismo World Series Exhibition Season 3. Fortunately, update 1.30 fixes this glitch. Grand Valley also features in this week’s GT7 Daily Races.
As well as addressing the pit lane glitch, update 1.30 also fixes an issue where the camera would glitch in Spectator mode when watching Lobby issues.
Gran Turismo 7 Update 1.30 patch notes
With no new cars, tracks or events, update 1.30 is a small patch weighing in at under 200MB.
Here is the Gran Turismo 7 update 1.30 patch notes:
Improvements and Adjustments
- We fixed an issue in the Lobby and Sport modes in which the cars of other players would not appear when exiting the pit on Grand Valley - Highway 1.
- We addressed an issue in the Lobby in which the camera would not work correctly while using the Spectator function.
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