Poliphony has released a patch to fix it.

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Sony’s iconic driving game punctured after its first weeks with a controversy that affected, above all, the economy of the game. A patch released in mid-March fixed a long series of bugs and also removed all licensed music so that streamers had no rights issues, but it also made the rewards for winning races less in many cases.

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It was a strange decision, since Poliphony Digital has never been known for approaching its games in this way. Possibly for this reason he has decided to correct this problem that drew a lot of criticism on the part of the players, since with the new rewards it was difficult to acquire more expensive vehicles, which had to be accessed in many cases through micropayments.

This 1.11 patch, available for download on PS5 and PS4, also adds new trials and quest chains. The most notable is The Human Comedy, available in the quest menu, and where there are new missions very attractive and only for the most patient drivers, since they focus on drag racing from one hour. Each of these events has up to a million reward credits, but you need to be Collector level 23 to unlock them.

But the important thing is the aforementioned improvements in the economy of the game, correcting the previous patch: it increases the amount of credits awarded in the tests in World Circuits, Circuit Experience, Sport mode (and the rooms), arcade mode and custom races. Some car models such as the Mazda RX-7 GT-X ’90 or the Toyota Sprinter Trueno have also undergone design corrections. The progression of the game has also been altered, and the maximum limit of earned credits has been raised to 100 million.

Sony’s iconic driving game punctured after its first weeks with a controversy that affected, above all, the economy of the…

Sony’s iconic driving game punctured after its first weeks with a controversy that affected, above all, the economy of the…

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