The lights are on
On the eve of the release of competitor Forza 4, Sony and developer
Polyphony Digital talk about a major update to Gran Turismo 5.
GT 5's free Spec 2.0 update includes a host of new additions throughout the game, including improved physics and AI, shorter load times, new NASCAR stock cars, and the fact that you'll be able to race from the cockpit view of all the cars in the game – standard or otherwise.
Here's the full list of improvements for Spec 2.0 (out on October 11):
Polyphony's Kazunori Yamauchi also announced upcoming DLC for the game will include a car pack, track pack, and racing gear pack. More details on the DLC still to come.
[Update]: The game is also now available for $39.99
For more on the game, take a look at my review, as well as that of GT 5's competition, Forza Motorsport 4.
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