In 2013, Gran Turismo — the 70-million-selling series of the “the real driving simulator” — celebrates 15 years of revving up virtual racers around the globe. And what better way to mark the occasion than the release of the hotly-anticipated Gran Turismo 6.
According to a PlayStation press release, racy new features of the fast and furious franchise’s latest installment will include:
- spectacular new tracks and cars;
- a revamped user interface;
- a new engine for improved game operation;
- expanded connectivity with other devices;
- more social and community functions.
GT6 will boast all the cars and courses from Gran Turismo 5, along with outstanding new additions, which brings the vehicle line-up to over 1,200. Moreover, gamers will be able to modify and customise their rides to a greater degree than ever before. The United Kingdom’s celebrated Silverstone Circuit is just one of seven new locations in Gran Turismo 6. That’s a total of 33 driving tracks, with 71 different layouts available — 19 of them brand spanking new.