Gran Turismo 6 box art unveiled

Wednesday, 21st August 2013 16:48 GMT By Dave Owen

It was announced yesterday that Gran Turismo 6 would be launching on December 6, just in time for Christmas. Now Sony have revealed the game’s box art for both the standard and Anniversary editions.

Flick to the bottom to have a look at the blue and lovely box designs.

The Anniversary Edition comes in a steelbook, complete with twenty 15th Anniversary Edition cars with performance and livery enhancement. You also get 1 million in-game credits, custom paint chips, race suit & helmet, and a PSN avatar.

Sony has also revealed that the Apex II game guide – previously part of the Anniversary Edition, will now be available to everyone via an Android and iOS app.

There are also new pre-order bonuses. Pre-order either edition and you’ll gain access to the ‘Precision Pack’, which includes five cars. Then there’ll be retailer specific pre-order content, with different outlets offering different packs. These are the Torque, Velocity, Performance, and Adrenaline packs.

The full update is on the PS Blog.



  1. Belmont

    Can’t wait !

    #1 1 year ago
  2. SlayerGT

    @1 Me neither!

    #2 1 year ago

    Gran Turismo 5.1 this looks like. Seriously this looks no different from GT5 graphically.

    Sony should of made this game for the PS4 instead. Definitely would of been a lot more graphical improvements and imo it would of sold better.

    #3 1 year ago
  4. SlayerGT

    @3 GT fans will still buy it..the millions of us.

    #4 1 year ago
  5. Kuwabara

    @3, the issue was never about graphics. Infact i think gt6 looks better than the new forza. The car models are still modeled more accurately than forza cars and has beautiful weather/environmental/nigh time effects. Even playing through gt5, some of the graphics are unmatched by any game.

    #5 1 year ago
  6. Maxey

    #3 I don’t know why people were expecting a huge improvement on graphics for GT6 compared to GT5.

    GT5 was already pushing the PS3 pretty hard, what with them targeting for 1080p60fps from the get go, so they would have to pull a miracle out of their asses to make GT6 look significantly better with the same specs.

    That said, I think it still looks generally better than GT5, with cleaner visuals and better lighting overall.

    #6 1 year ago
  7. k1llabeast

    Agreed… This is dissapointing.

    #7 1 year ago
  8. SlayerGT

    @6 On top of that, generally even number GT’s look slightly worse than their odd number predecessors due to the limit reaching of the hardware capabilities being done, due to adding more features, cars, special effects, etc. Fans know this. Personally I’m shocked it looks as it does.

    The excitement for me is in the New physics model. After playing the GT6 Academy demo I struggle to go back to GT5’s so awesome :-)

    #8 1 year ago
  9. Maxey

    “On top of that, generally even number GT’s look slightly worse than their odd number predecessors”

    Uh, don’t you have that backwards? GT4 looks way better than GT3, ditto for GT2.

    #9 1 year ago
  10. Belmont


    Not like that, if 2 GT games are released on one platform the odd number one looks better. GT6 looks better because GT5 was the first entry on PS3, similar situation with GT4 and GT3, but of course GT5 looked better than GT4, generation leap !

    #10 1 year ago
  11. sg1974

    New GT. Same as the old GT.

    I’ll buy it when it drops under a tenner.

    #11 1 year ago
  12. ruckus

    Add bikes ffs or do another tourist trophy.

    #12 1 year ago

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