Polyphony Digital, the study led by Kazunori Yamauchi and responsible for Gran Turismo 7, has released a statement on the official blog from PlayStation while complaining about the frustration caused to users after last week’s parade caused online play to shut down for more than 24 hours, leaving most title modes out of service.
Park 1.08, which was supposed to run the servers, would result in a reduction in credits earned in some events, which had been converted to player favorites to earn credits.
“We know this isn’t the Gran Turismo experience you were expecting, and we’ll have some good faith in the form of a million-credit pack that will be available to all players affected by the issue. You see how your accounts “Be sure to start an in-game session before April 25 to recover them.”
Polyphony Digital also explained that it will be setting up a park in early April that will rebalance the economy of the game. More events will be added, final circuit rewards will be improved, new rewards will be added to offline and online races. and the number of used and legendary cars on offer will increase.