Sony’s Gran Turismo 5 Prologue has been updated to include three new cars from the ongoing Paris Motor Show as well as a number of tweaks that essentially update the game’s core.
The new cars are Ferrari California, the “GT by Citroen” concept, and the Lotus Evora. The gameplay tweaks include changes to the penalty system, difficulty changes and winnings in Race events; it also improves responsiveness for wireless controllers, among other things.
All this comes at a price, though, as “rankings, arcade time trial times, drift trial records, as well as vehicle-specific quick tune settings and custom key layouts” will all be reset when the update is applied. It is also added that replay data from before the second update will be made unviewable.