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GT7 - 25th Anniversary Edition

playback

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Hi guys.
I pre ordered the game before it was released.
installed it and played once it came out.
We never received the extra cash or cars you get for that version of the game.
played for a few months but everything appeared as standard edition.
EG all game icons from launch screen are normal standard version icons.
no extra cars credits etc.

if I go on my app on my phone it shows I have the standard edition not the one I payed for the 25th anniversary version.
i contacted PS support they say that’s correct?
I needed to remove my game. Reinstall & all progress will remain.

I have done that. Now i do have my credits.
But I don’t have my progress from the last few months.

icon is still standard version etc as well. Cars aren’t present by havnt done any actually driving as yet.

but does this sound correct ?
 
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Carlos

Owner
Staff member
There should be a brochure somewhere in your box. It contains the voucher for the money and or bonuses.
 

playback

New Member
There should be a brochure somewhere in your box. It contains the voucher for the money and or bonuses.
Thanks. It was an online / digital order.
I had to use a code to redeem which I did.
but that takes me to the standard version of the game.
doesn’t show any other versions.

credits are there now….
 

Carlos

Owner
Staff member
Thanks. It was an online / digital order.
I had to use a code to redeem which I did.
but that takes me to the standard version of the game.
doesn’t show any other versions.

credits are there now….
These editions are usually cosmetic. The game(s) are the same.
 

Carlos

Owner
Staff member
Thanks. But should the base icon on the Home Screen on the PS5 not be the edition you purchased ?
I'm trying to be nice, but the answer remains: The game is the same. The reason why Street Fighter has that design philosophy, is because they're the ones who revolutionized it. Street Fighter V Arcade Edition for example has its own "version." So to speak. It shows "Arcade Edition" on the box, disc, AND the main menu. Another example is I bought the elite edition of MW3 back when it was released. The disc is different, but the box was the same. The menu was the same.
 

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