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|Gran Turismo 6|
|Publisher||Sony Computer Entertainment|
|Designed by||Kazunori Yamauchi|
|Rating||ESRB: Everyone |
|Release date|| December 5th, 2013|
December 6th, 2013 (World)
November 28th, 2013 (accidental Middle East release)
Gran Turismo 6 is the sixth game in the Gran Turismo series released for the PlayStation 3. Announced by Polyphony on February 2013, it was released 6th December 2013 for Europe, the Middle East, and North America. The game also features micro-transactions for in-game credit or cars.
- Main article: GT6 Event List
Most game modes from Gran Turismo 5 have been carried over, although some have been renamed or overhauled. Upon release, the game contained an A-Spec Career mode, Arcade Mode and Online Lobby. A B-Spec mode and Track Designer are announced as part of a post-release update.
A total of 41 tracks (featuring 86 distinct layouts) are currently available (discounting the Moon), with a number of circuits to be made available in coming updates.
As expected, a large portion of the tracks on offer are carried over from Gran Turismo 5:
- Original tracks
- Autumn Ring
- Cape Ring
- Deep Forest Raceway
- Eiger Nordwand
- Grand Valley Speedway
- High Speed Ring
- Kart Space
- Special Stage Route X
- Trial Mountain Circuit
- World tracks
- Autodromo Nazionale Monza
- Circuit de la Sarthe
- Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
- Daytona International Speedway
- Fuji Speedway
- Indianapolis Motor Speedway
- Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca
- Suzuka Circuit
- Tsukuba Circuit
- Twin Ring Motegi
- City tracks
- Snow and dirt
Tracks that didn't appear in GT5, and have been included in GT6 are:
- Ascari Race Resort
- Autodromo Nazionale Monza '80s
- Brands Hatch (including Brands Hatch, Brands Hatch Indy, Brands Hatch '80s & Brands Hatch Indy '80s)
- Hadley Rille, Moon
- Mount Panorama
- Red Bull Ring
- Silverstone Circuit
- Willow Springs International Raceway
New Community elements will be unveiled within Gran Turismo 6, including social media cross-interfacing. Cross-device compatibility is expected to be included, which will allow users to connect smartphones, tablets and PCs to their PlayStation at various points in the game. Community Clubs will be made available which will allow users to set up private clubs for online racing, as well as to create leagues and community forums to merge the game-world into the real-world.
GT6 includes 1228 cars, and will be regularly updated - adding to the list, which is documented here:
- Main article: Gran Turismo 6 Car List
The GT Academy program, which attempts to invite Gran Turismo players into real-life motorsport, used the GT6 demo as a platform. It is expected that future GT Academy events will take place in the new game.
The players who have competed in the GT Academy program will be given the Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 N24 Schulze Motorsport '13 as a reward.
- Many race cars that are available in Gran Turismo 5 have their name changed. Some received a minor name change (for example, losing the "Race Car" suffix), and other cars received a major name change (an example is the Peugeot 905 Race Car '92, referred as Peugeot 905B Evo 1 Bis LM '92 in this game).
- The number 6 on the game's cover is drawn in similiar style to the number seen on the rear wing of Suzuki ESCUDO Dirt Trial Car '98.
- Main article: Gran Turismo 6/Soundtrack List