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Gran Turismo for PSP is "moving forward," hasn't been "knocked off the plans"


Polyphony Digital's Kazunori Yamauchi has confirmed that work on a PSP version of Gran Turismo is still ongoing, but has refused to elaborate on anything to do with the project.

"There's no real answer we can discuss right now, but production is moving forward," he said on the subject of GT5 for PS3, adding when question on a PSP version:

"I can only answer the same for that as well, but it is moving forward. It hasn't been knocked off the plans: it's there."

Yamauchi, speaking in a video interview with IGN you can find after the break, went on to say that online features and the world surrounding the cars is to form the bulk of the way the series will progress in future.

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