Whilst the version 1.03 update for Gran Turismo Sport is more of a regular, required one, it still brings some pleasant fixes to the latest PlayStation 4-exclusive racing game from Kazunori Yamauchi and his team.
Some rather weird crash scenarios have now been fixed, but more importantly, an issue with the Thrustmaster T500’s force feedback has been ironed out and TH8A shifters are now recognised properly as well.
Moreover, the adjustment range for all force feedback wheels has now been broadened, which is especially useful to those who are using wheels capable of higher torques.
Starting up your PlayStation 4 and Gran Turismo Sport, whilst connected to the internet obviously, should present you with the option to update right away.
The full changelog reads as follows:
– Fixed an issue where repeatedly deleting your email address from [Options] > [Email Address] would cause the game to crash;
– Fixed an issue where participating in a Drift Trial with a car featuring an exterior livery created with a custom color chip (a color chip created in the Livery editor) would result in the game crashing after the result screen;
– Fixed an issue where excessive force feedback was applied when understeering using the THRUSTMASTER® T500RS steering controller;
– Fixed -an issue wherein the THRUSTMASTER® TH8A ‘H pattern shifter’ was not properly recognized when connected to a compatible steering wheel controller.
Other improvements and adjustments
– The controller steering sensitivity of the DUALSHOCK®4 wireless controller has been increased in order to improve handling during oversteering and drifting;
– The adjustment range for a steering wheel controller’s force feedback has been broadened: it is now possible to decrease maximum torque on steering wheels with strong motor torque.
– Various other issues have been addressed.
Thank you for your continued support and please continue to enjoy Gran Turismo Sport!