The price of in-game currency, called Credits, has been revealed now that Gran Turismo 7 has been released. See useful tips and beginners guide for Gran Turismo 7.
Credits cost $2.49 for 100,000 credits and $20 for 2 million credits, with certain automobiles costing much more than 2 million credits.
Individual automobiles cannot be acquired at a defined price in GT7, unlike Gran Turismo Sport. And while you may earn Credits in-game, getting enough credits to buy the Porsche 919 Hybrid 16, which costs 3 million Credits, can be a bit of a struggle.
This implies you’d have to buy the 2 million Credit option at least twice, for a total of $40 in real money.
The McLaren P1 GTR ’16 is the most expensive car in the game right now, costing $4.99 in GT Sport and 3.6 million credits in GT 7.
According to Eurogamer, Sony’s latest State of Play showcased the 1929 Mercedes-Benz S Barker Tourer, which is regarded a famous car in-game and costs 20 million credits. If you didn’t grind it out and instead bought Credits, you’d be spending $200 for a virtual car in real money.