Gran Turismo 6 and PS3 Format

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Gran Turismo 6 is going to be released by Sony soon with its PS Vista console.

I want to ask that either it support PS3 format in this release or not?

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Gran Turismo 6 and PS3 Format

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Back in march there were reports said “Polyphony digital is already scouting locations for Gran Turismo 6”. And the rumor is maybe Sony preparing the game for PlayStation vita too. A survey has been occurred among the customers by Sony inquiring both the Gran Turismo series and the PlayStation plus subscription service.

The questions stoutly mention that, like ‘Thieves in time’ and PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, Sony will probably real ease the next Gran Turismo on PlayStation 3 and Vita concurrently. This means for the PlayStation 3 and Vita the Gran Turismo 6 will be wonderfully one of the most graphically impressive racing games we have seen.

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Gran Turismo 6 and PS3 Format

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Gran Turismo 6, commonly abbreviated as GT6, is a racing video game developed by Polyphony Digital and published by Sony Computer Entertainment intended for the PlayStation 3 or PS3 gaming console. This is the sixth major release and twelfth game in general in the Gran Turismo game series.

Its worldwide release was on December 6, 2013 receiving popularity from critics, won awards, and topped charts in different countries around the world. Among its features include more cars and tracks, enhancements to the car customization options, and partnerships with The Ayrton Senna Institute, Goodwood Festival of Speed, the FIA, and NASA.

Kazunori Yamauchi, the Gran Turismo series’ creator, in November 2011 said that he and his Polyphony Digital team were working on Gran Turismo 6. In Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia in March 2012, workers were seen on site at Mount Panorama photographing and scanning the track. The workers disclosed that Gran Turismo 6 will include Mount Panorama becoming the first Australian race track to be featured in the series.

Michael Denny, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Senior Vice President stated in February 2013 that Gran Turismo 6 will remain a PlayStation 3 title regardless of the latest unveiling of the Sony PlayStation 4.

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