Gran Turismo 6 concept footage shows Silverstone, cars

Saturday, 18th May 2013 19:17 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

AGB has posted what appears to be concept footage of Gran Turismo 6. You can have a look at it below. GT6 will be released this holiday season on PS3, and “may” hit PS4 in the future. A demo is slated for July.



  1. SlayerGT

    Steph GTPlanet has an interview with Kaz talking PS4

    “Now that we know GT6 is a PlayStation 3 game, can you explain to fans why that is? Do you have any plans for PS4?

    We do have plans for PS4, but, of course, we have an order of things.

    First we’ll be releasing the PS3 version for the PS3, which has a huge audience already, and we’ll be providing updates every month and DLCs every month.

    Once players have played it all out and enjoyed themselves on the PS3, then the PS4 version might come out naturally around that time (laughs). Focus on enjoying the PS3 version.”

    Sounds to me like no GT6 on PS4..

    #1 2 years ago
  2. Stephany Nunneley

    @1 Yeah that is pretty much the same thing said to IGN during the anniversary event which I linked to above. Coy isn’t he?

    #2 2 years ago
  3. SlayerGT

    @2 It doesn’t bother me either way Steph. I don’t get rid of my old consoles. And to hear they intend to have a steady flow of content makes my happy until the next GT. You do any of them there racing games Steph?

    #3 2 years ago
  4. Stephany Nunneley

    @3 Not in years – at least with simulated racing. I used to love the ones in the arcade where you could sit in a seat and shift the gears etc. I think there’s still a Pole Position game in the arcade at our local movie theater. When I was little I loved that game, even if my Dad had to do the pedals for me because I couldn’t reach :D

    I think one of my favorite “racing” games on console was Diddy Kong on N64. But I really love how GT and other games like it render the cars. I like cars. I know that’s not very girly, but I do! :) A guy up the road has a ’67 Firebird and I salivate every time I drive by and see it.

    And the farm behind me has tons of old cars that were parked in the field and left to die. There’s all sorts in it from the 40s and into the 70s. Makes me weep to see them like that, unloved and full of mice and wasps.

    #4 2 years ago
  5. SlayerGT

    @4 Steph you should watch Ecria Bana’s documentary on Netflix streaming. I cant remember the name but its good. I find it and get back to you. I love cars too. And motorcycles. What do you drive??

    Edit: Love The Beast

    #5 2 years ago
  6. Stephany Nunneley

    @5 A ’98 Toyota RAV 4 on it’s last leg (it’s paid for though) LOL! :D

    I just looked that up on IMDB – I will have to give it a watch. Thanks for the recommendation :)

    #6 2 years ago
  7. SlayerGT

    @Steph nice :) Im in a 07 Toyota Yaris 3door (paid for also). I know I know :) I actually like it a lot. Point A to B and all that. My baby is a 2000 Honda RC 51 motorcycle. I could afford a nice sporty car, but I took the practical car impractical toy approach. My pop had some nice rides though. The best being a 68 Hurst Olds 442 that was fairly rare. Before that it was a 67 Camaro he build ground up with a 427. Me, “Pop, how could you get rid of such badass cars?” Pop, “I had you and and brother.” Me, “You fucked up.” :P

    But why don’t you do the sim racers if you love cars? Lack of interest, or do you feel you lack the skill?

    Edit: and your welcome for the recommendation. If you don’t like it, at least its Eric I right?? ;)

    #7 2 years ago
  8. Stephany Nunneley

    @Slayer … “least its Eric Bana.” True lol.

    My first car was my Mom’s hand-me-down ’79 RX7 – you know back when the body style was super awesome. My Dad had a 72 Z28 which he got rid of because of too many speeding tickets (one with me in the car seat). The first car I bought myself was an almost pristine 280Z despite the massive miles on it. I still hear it saying “fuel level is low” in that creepy sci-fi voice sometimes :D The rear end went out on it so I sold it, after many a speeding ticket. Then I drove my Mom’s old 86 XJ6 for a while after she bought a Land Rover – you know the Whitesnake Tawny Kitaen rolling around on the hood one? LOL But After that I went to economy cars, and trucks. And now a mini SUV. One day I will have a corvette. One day. :D

    I don’t usually play driving sims because I am not too good at them – plus I get bored just driving in circles etc. If I had a wheel peripheral that might be a different story. You should see me trying to drive in GTA. I don’t get every far :D

    #8 2 years ago
  9. SlayerGT

    @8 An RX7 AND a 280! Damn. Cool cars :)

    “You should see me trying to drive in GTA. I don’t get every far” :D that’s a shame. Do you ever just cruise around town in GTA? Obey the rules of the road as it were. I find most folks that struggle with driving in games usually just need to slow down. The lack of tactile feedback and the stick (much like you say about a wheel) are most troublesome, not to mention gauging speed is somewhat tuff sometimes. I taught my brother how to drive in Gran Turismo 4 by simply having him follow me around tracks at “highway” speeds. Now in GT5 he has all silver and a few gold licenses. Are there any games, maybe open world, where your skills are better naturally?

    Edit: You must have been badass at Red Dead! ;)

    #9 2 years ago
  10. TD_Monstrous69

    Hooray! Digital Car porn 6! Can’t wait!…but in all seriousness though, it does look really nice, and seeing as how I finally got the cash, I might just pony up some of it for a driving peripheral to go along with GT6 (though I didn’t like GT5 that much, the improvements mentioned in a previous article do sound promising, I hope they don’t skimp on other aspects of the game, as they did in GT5).
    Also, Diddy Kong racing was my first racing game, and to this day, it’s one of my favorites as well Steph.

    #10 2 years ago
  11. Da Man

    They should’ve just made a folder with 3D Studio Max or Maya binary files and sell them for $60.

    That way you wouldn’t have to go through abysmal user interface and the whole role playing business to see the cars.

    #11 2 years ago

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