With the launch of its version 1.15 update, Gran Turismo 7 has increased the prices of many of its Legend cars, including the Hagerty collection.
According to a forum user on GTPlanet, the new update saw a price hike for 27 cars, including the Ferrari F40, and only two decreases in price. Notably, the price of the Ferrari F40 has doubled, up from 1.35 million credits to a whopping 2.6 million credits. Meanwhile, the average price of the Hagerty collection increases by 3.8%.
Since its launch, Gran Turismo 7 has been criticized for its aggressive monetization and its grindy process of earning in-game credits, resulting in the racing game receiving Sony's lowest user score on Metacritic of 2.5 only.