Looking for the best and most realistic difficulty settings to race on GT Sport?
As you can imagine, having proper difficulty settings is vital for getting the best experience out of the game.
In fact you’ll be able to match your current racing and driving skills to the AI opponents, making the game much more enjoyable and less frustrating.
You’ll also want to make sure that all of the driving assists are set properly so that you won’t struggle to keep your car on the track.
Those assists include ABS, traction control, driving line, automatic shifting and so on.
Having said that, even though we realize that everyone’s skill level and preferences are different, we still believe that there’s a pretty nice sweet spot where everyone could benefit from very similar settings.
That’s why we’ve put together a list of the best GT Sport difficulty settings for you to try out.
How do you change GT Sport difficulty settings?
To change your GT Sport difficulty settings you’ll have to head over to “Driving Options” menu and then press “X” to open the full list of difficulty settings you can change.
What are the best GT Sport difficulty settings?
The best difficulty settings for GT Sport are:
- Transmission = Automatic (AT)
- Front tyres = Sports – Soft
- Rear Tyres = Sports – Soft
- Traction control = 3
Driver assistance settings
- Auto-drive = Off
- Driving line assist = Driving line
- Braking indicator = Off
- Low fuel indicator = On
- Active stability management (ASM) = Off
- Countersteering assistance = Off
- ABS = Default
As you can see there are quite a few things to consider when it comes to setting the difficulty in GT Sport.
But we believe that if you follow our guide and adjust the settings according to your own driving skills and preferences, you’ll be in for a much better and more enjoyable experience.
If you’re looking for more info on how to properly set up your car in GT Sport, make sure to check out our other article on the best car setups and driving tips to win your next racing.
Until next time!