The web-based portion of Gran Turismo 5′s social networking features are queitly launched on Polyphony Digital’s official Japanese and Hong Kong websites.
Kazunori Yamauchi fields questions from fans on Twitter, discussing everything from mechanical damage to steering wheel options.
Another new update for GT5 has just been issued to upgrade online capacity and enable online race restrictions.
Sony hosted a Gran Turismo 5 press event in Taiwan, revealing a trailer, new screenshots, and a details about driver clothing selection and online servers.
At the Sony TGS 2010 press conference, Yamauchi gave a brief overview of some of the new online functionality in GT5 – including web-based account management known as “Gran Turismo Anywhere”. Here’s a quick overview of what he said, via 1UP’s live blog. I’ll provide more specific details when they’re available. UPDATE: New pictures, thanks [...]
New (minor) details about Gran Turismo 5’s online community features have apparently been discussed in the latest issue of “PlayStation: The Official Magazine”.
Polyphony Digital have conveniently published their own independent and specific confirmation of the features we’ve been learning about via media outlets over the past two days, thanks to one big update to their official site. In addition to what was already discussed here and here, this is what’s new: As confirmed in a note on [...]
EuroGamer has shared their detailed hands-on impressions with the latest E3 2010 GT5 demo, and it’s full of quite a few interesting and revealing tidbits of information. While I have covered the main points below, the full article contains more detail and is very well written, so head on over there for more. Over 800 [...]