Gran Turismo is 10, gets played at 240fps and 3840×2160

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 20 November 2008 07:52 GMT

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Half-Life isn’t the only birthday boy in the house today: Gran Turismo is now ten, and celebrated with a party in New York at which the game was played at 240fps and 3840×2160 resolution. Just for a laugh, like.

Four PS3s were used to create the merged image of 8.2 million pixels.

There’s a full report on how is was done here.

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