A new gameplay video of Gran Turismo 6 has surfaced, showing off replay footage of the BWM Z4 GT3 race car.
As it is clearly audible from the video, the current GT6 demo still uses the same sounds as Gran Turismo 5, lacking the V8 rumble of the original car. As revealed in an interview with Kazunori Yamauchi a few weeks ago, PD is looking to do major improvements to the sounds, a feature that might not make it into GT6 though.
Gran Turismo 6 will come to the Playstation 3. featuring 1200 cars, 150 of which will be new to Gran Turismo.
As announced by Kazunori Yamauchi, the distinction between standard & premium models will remain, the cars ported over from Gran Turismo 4 will be slightly touched up to fit the new title better.
GT6 will also come with 33 tracks, with seven locations being all-new including Silverstone, the home of Nissan’s GT Academy competition.
A playable demo of GT6 will be released next week, kicking off the next GT Academy competition.