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Gran Turismo 7: Fans fight micro-transactions with farming script

Gran Turismo 7: Fans fight micro-transactions with farming script

Gran Turismo 7 fans have found a way to get around the controversial in-game micro-transactions.

on the occasion of the launch of

Gran Turismo 7
The game has consistently received good reviews. However, that suddenly changed when the in-game store became available online shortly after the release. In order to unlock cars in the game, “Gran Turismo 7” in-game currency is required, which in turn is earned through driving races.

Correction increases car prices

While players initially had a moderate RRR per race, this was greatly reduced with the release of Update 1.08 on March 18th. In this way, the developer wants to convince players to unlock their dream cars in the game through expensive microtransactions. This fact angered the buyers of Gran Turismo 7, who felt they had already spent enough to get the game. Players are already getting revenge with poor game ratings on the rating platform

“Gran Turimso 7” now has an astonishingly low average rating of 1.7 out of 10 on Playstation 5.

Text farm coins automatically: 150€/day

Players have another way to show their displeasure to developers Polyphony Digital in one

In-game currency breeding script
have found. The script is developed by Septomor and published in

PSN Profiles Forum

The program allows Playstation owners to earn in-game currency for Gran Turismo 7 without playing the game. The script is compatible with Windows and will automatically run the same race over and over again via the Playstation Remote Play app on PC. In this way it will be possible to earn about 15 million credits per day. The amount costs about 150 euros in the microtransaction store. So far, neither Sony nor Polyphony has taken any action against the script. However, that could change soon.

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