The lights are on
The latest trailer for sim-racer Gran Turismo 6 is out, and among the many Earth-bound vehicles is a glimpse of a lunar rover. Has developer Polyphony Digital jumped the shark?
We don't know if the studio is just joking around or what, but regardless, the trailer also features some of the game's 1,200 plus cars (including 120 new ones for GT 6) and real-life locations and tracks.
One of the upcoming features for the title is something called GPS Logger. This uses the GPS functionality of your phone or tablet in conjunction with GT 6's course maker to recreate your daily travel routines in the game.
By the sound of it, this feature will be offered as a future update to the December 6 game.
[Source: Official PlayStation Blog]
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So, what are you going to race on? Must be one of those lazy-mobiles you find at Walmart.
Lol, geez. I bet the track will be on the moon!
I love that this game is returning to retro racing games' philosophy: ridiculous races are resplendent.
Looks pretty good, but I know why there's only music in this trailer - because GT always had a problem with sounds. I wonder if the cars in GT6 are going to sound terrible again.
That's a lot of cars.
I'm trying to think of how my drive to work could even work as a gran turismo track.
holy hell this song sucks. Couldn't even finish the video. Though, GT has an outstanding history of sh*t music