Gran Turismo 7 follows in the footsteps of sports with its array of microtransactions that players can buy with real dollars. At the time of writing, these microtransactions only revolve around the game’s credit system, an in-game currency used to purchase cars and their respective parts. These credits can be earned simply by participating in any of the game modes, but buying them outright is undoubtedly the fastest way to own the best vehicles in the game. Here are all the loan options available and which cars you can afford.
The cheapest credit bundle the game has to offer is 100,000 credits for $2.49, while the second lowest gets players 250,000 credits for $4.99. Notable cars under 100,000 credits include the Tesla Model S ’12 and Civic Type R Limited Edition ’20, while 250,000 credits will allow drivers to own almost any American or Asia-Pacific car featured in the game.
Other options include a 750,000 credits package for $9.99, with the most expensive package allowing players to win 2,000,000 credits for $19.99. 750,000 credits are just enough to afford most European sports cars, such as those from McLaren, AMG and Porsche. Now 2,000,000 can buy a garage full of sports and compact cars or even one of the rarer Vision cars – the fastest in the game.
Players can find these Credit Bundle options by clicking the purple coin icon at the top of the game’s main menu or on the Gran Turismo 7 page on PlayStation Store. There is no limit to how many of these can be bought, so it’s possible to buy the few cars outright for the price of 3,000,000 credits. However, it’s also worth noting that certain in-game challenges reward roulette tickets, an item that can be exchanged for free cars or credits.
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