Gran Turismo 5 DLC price confirmation breakdown

We previously brought you news of the Spec 2.0 update, now the eagerly awaited upcoming DLC pack that will soon release for Gran Turismo 5 has finally been given price confirmation. Sony announced the damage cost of the downloadable content, which is to be made available from October 18th, in a breakdown of packs of which there are four in total plus a Complete pack alternative.

Those that do not want to purchase the Complete pack bundle, which contains all of the extra downloadable content including the Course pack, Paint pack, Racing Gear pack and Racing Car pack for a discounted collective price of £9.49 or $11.99, have the choice of choosing from each of the four packs individually as Eurogamer explains, they can be purchased separately at a separate price for each.

The Course pack costs £3.19 or $4.99 and includes five new layouts and two new tracks — Kart Space, with layouts I and II which are also available in reverse and SPA-Francorchamps featuring weather effects. The Racing Car pack costs £6.29 or $7.99, this features fifteen new cars including three new racing karts, a line-up of uniquely tuned touring cars and the Red Bull X2011, the next generation model of the X2010 ultimate racing machine.

Then there’s the Racing Gear pack which features ninety new items for the cost of just £1.59 or $2.99. These features include new equipment from Simpson and Alpinestars, an official Gran Turismo racing helmet as well as a collection of twelve more suits and helmets, eight of which belong to famous NASCAR and WRC racing drivers. The final pack is the Paint pack which also costs just £1.59 or $1.99. It contains a hundred new colors across ten themes from bright shining colors to chic subdued tones.

Which DLC pack will you be downloading come October 18th?

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