Sony recently released its latest list of games available through PlayStation Plus. The company is continuing to release many new games into the store. Sales are brisk for the PlayStation 4 gaming system, and it doesn't look like the company will release a new console any time soon or at least until sales slow down. The latest game that has come to PlayStation is "Gran Turismo Sport." The latest update to the game includes an impressive list of features as well as new cars. The downside is that one of the cars, the Mazda MX-5, won't be released in the U.S., at least for now.

One feature to be removed is the GT mode since many players have lost their automotive know-how.

What's included in the latest version

Gears of Biz reported that the latest release of "Gran Turismo Sport" includes a Mazda MX-5, but it's not available in the U.S. "Gran Turismo Sport" was designed to compete against XBox's game "Forza Motorsport 7." Both games are known for offering bonuses for players that include extra cars. The limited edition version of the game will include 1,000,000 credits and B rally cars for players to start off with. Although this version sounds like a nice bonus, the version offered in Taiwan includes a bundle that is far more extravagant and offers players a lot more.

It includes a PS4 Pro console, virtual reality, two controllers, a Bravia 4K TV, a Thrustmaster racing wheel controller, and an Apiga AP1 racing seat. Players will also have access to the PlayStation One subscription service, absolutely free, for one year.

GT mode goes away

The Sunday Times Driving reported that the GT mode has been removed from the game because players have less mechanical knowledge.

This will affect how players can customize the cars in the game. In the single-player mode, players could start off with a cheap second-hand road car and then race it to earn credits for better cars. The elements of the GT mode are still included in the game. They have been repackaged for a new generation of gamers.

The Bleacher Report said that the best way to describe "Gran Turismo Sport" is that it is consistent.

Vehicles are faithfully recreated to reflect the design of the real cars. The package also includes superb sound effects. The tracks are realistic with vast cityscapes and colorful greens and tans for the deserts. The game was released on October 17. Sony also updated the PlayStation 4 firmware to version 5.0. This release allows for faster and smoother gameplay for players.