Gran Turismo 7 pre-orders officially opened on Tuesday, and if you reserve your copy early, you’ll be rewarded with 100,000 in-game credits and a “3 Car Pack” of bonus content including the Toyota Supra GT500 ’97 (Castrol Tom’s), Porsche 917 Living Legend, and Mazda RX-Vision GT3 Concept Stealth Model.
It’s no secret that Kunos’ latest ace up its sleeve, Assetto Corsa Competizione looks mighty good. While not a direct sequel, ACC is the official game of the Blancpain GT Series. Unlike its predecessor, the upcoming racer features dynamic weather and time changes.
The Blancpain series took in Brands Hatch last weekend. And, just as it did when the championship visited Monza, Kunos Simulazioni has shared new AC Competizione images of the track alongside the race.
The Blancpain series is at historic Monza this weekend, for the second round of the 2018 season. To celebrate, Kunos Simulazioni has released another batch of screenshots for the official game of the series, Assetto Corsa Competizione.
The all-new 2014 Corvette Stingray is the talk of the automotive world today after it was first officially unveiled to the public at a special event last night, and Gran Turismo 5 players will be the first to drive the car, finally free of its camouflage.
Hot on the heels of the massive Gran Turismo 5 Spec 2.0 update, Polyphony Digital has just released all the juicy details on the game’s first batch of DLC, or “downloadable content”. It will all be available to purchase via the PlayStation Store, starting October 18th. Here’s a closer look at what’s coming:
While the cars are usually the stars in Gran Turismo 5 (and rightfully so), some of GTPlanet’s users have turned their cameras away from the track to get a closer look at the exquisite detail found in many of the buildings and landscapes in the game. Here’s a few of my favorite images that highlight so many little details that often go unnoticed (don’t miss Polyphony Digital’s photographers in this shot). If you get inspired, head on over to our GT5 Photomode forums and share your own!
As you’ve probably discovered by now, Gran Turismo 5’s Photomode feature can be surprisingly fun and addictive. You’ve probably also noticed, however, that you can’t easily take a pictures of a car’s interior – until now. GTPlanet user IeGI has discovered an easy way of getting the camera “inside” a premium car, and he’s shared a detailed set of instructions here in our forums so you can do the same.
Keep an eye on our friends at TaxiGamer – they’ve got a copy of Gran Turismo 5 and proper HD video capture equipment, and have already shared the game’s intro and two race replays in glorious quality with a promise of even more to come. The original MP4 video files are also available to download, so you can load them up on your PlayStation 3 console to see what’s in store for you next Wednesday. Check out all of their GT5 content right here!
Here’s the official photo collection from last week’s Gran Turismo Awards in Las Vegas. Don’t miss the first new screenshots of last year’s winner, Philip Koenen’s 1970 Ford “Trans-Cammer” Mustang below.
Gran Turismo 5 and the Red Bull X1 Prototype have both been featured in the latest issue of Top Gear magazine, and the dramatic screenshot above introduces several important new cars to the game. Most notably, you’ll find the new McLaren MP4-12C, a Lamborghini Murcielago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce, the 1965 Alfa Romeo TZ2 (2009 winner of the Polyphony Digital Trophy at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance), the Lexus LF-A, and Philip Koenen’s 1970 Ford “Trans-Cammer” Mustang.
Via their official blog, Red Bull offers up three additional screenshots of the new X1 Prototype, one of which provides us a nice view of GT5’s Monaco F1 circuit (or, more precisely, “Cote d’Azur”). We also get a higher-res version of the original Monaco screenshot, along with another look at the car in that mysterious wind-tunnel we’ve seen so much of. I’ve also thrown in a few additional shots which popped up earlier this month, but haven’t been posted to the blog here yet.
The no-holds-barred prototype developed by Polyphony Digital and Red Bull has been revealed in the latest issue of Car magazine in the UK! As you may recall, the X1 is the answer to Kazunori Yamauchi’s question: “If you built the fastest racing car on land, one that throws aside all rules and regulations, what would that car look like, how would it perform, and how would it feel to drive?”
In what has become a tradition of sorts, I’m very excited to be able to share with you Polyphony Digital’s complete collection of GT5 screenshots released from last week’s Tokyo Game Show 2010: 95 images at full resolution in 18 megapixels.