Today, Spec 2.0 is officially out, bringing Gran Turismo fans new content based upon input from fans.
Some new content that the update provides includes:
- Simplified interior view added to all standard cars
- User control of the weather change feature
- Added a setting sheet feature allowing you to save multiple car settings
- Spec 2.0 opening movie
- Improved UI response and usability
- Replay fast forward/rewind
- Mid-race save feature for endurance races
- Expanded online lounge features (Narrowing down car types, shuffle races)
- Expansion of the B-Spec remote race you can play from gran-turismo.com (a graph display now shows changes in race rankings)
- Expanded Photo travel features (you can now take photos of cars together with your avatar)
- Added a "NASCAR Pit Scene" stage to Photo Travel
- Added eleven 2011 model NASCAR cars
- Added the Nissan GT-R N24 Schulze Motor Sport
- Improved physics and AI
- Support for the Logitec G25/G27 Steering wheel
Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi has more content coming in the future including "a racing car pack, a course pack, and a racing gear pack."
The Course Pack includes a Belgium-based Sap-Francorchamps that will be weather-customisable, in addition to a night-time kart track. The Course Pack will retail for $4.99.
The Racing Car Pack ($7.99) adds 15 vehicles like the Red Bull X2011 Prototype ’11, which is currently up for grabs for one week as a free gift as a result of Sebastian Vettel nabbing his second Formula One world championship.
The last DLC mentioned is the Racing Gear Pack ($2.99) and the Paint Pack ($1.99) which brings new helmets, overalls, and new colours.
Of course, you can always bundle all of the DLC for $11.99 on October 18.