The ultimate racing game is back and it looks better than ever.
With 70 million copies sold in its 15-year history, Gran Turismo is one of the bestselling games of all time. Setting the benchmark for racing games, the latest title in the "Real Driving Simulator" series adds more cars and tracks, taking the lineup of road, racing and historic cars to 1,200 at launch with new cars and tracks to be continuously rolled out online. Silverstone is one of seven new locations, and noteworthy cars new to GT6 include a 1968 Alpine A110, 1971 Ferrari Dino 246, KTM X-Bow R, Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3, Tesla Model S, and Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3.
Sony has kept GT6 current-gen, so PS3 owners will be able to run the game. But new graphics and physics engines coupled with a new user interface will help maintain its lifelike appeal. Check out the new trailer, and look forward to waving goodbye to your social life.