Gran Turismo’s most expensive vehicle, the Jaguar XJ13, will cost £120 is you insist on paying for it upfront rather than earning it the hard way.
Gran Turismo’s optional microtransactions allow players to purchase credits to use on buying new cars, rather than earning them through play, as has been the only progression path in past games. Eurogamer published the following microtransaction price list.
- 500,000 In-Game Credits (£3.99/€4.99)
- 1 million In-Game Credits (£7.99/€9.99)
- 2.5 million In-Game Credits (£15.99/€19.99)
- 7 million In-Game Credits (£39.99/€49.99)
The figures don’t mean much on their own, but the video below highlights the cost of vehicles in GT6; the most expensive car, the Jaguar XJ13, is priced at 20 million credits, which means you’d have to pick up two 7 million packs, two 2.5 million packs, and one 1 million pack to grab it immediately. That adds up to a whopping £119.95.
Gran Turismo 6 arrives exclusively on PlayStation 3 on December 6.
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