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GT6 in 2020?

Posted on Thursday, November 4 @ 13:09:46 Eastern by Blake_Morse
It's official, the Gran Turismo franchise is the new Duke Nukem Forever.

Kazunori Yamauchi, the head of Polyphony recently confirmed in an interview with Autoweek that work has begun on GT6, but it's still in a very early stage.

"I know you're trying to push GT5 out the door. Is development underway on GT6?"

"Yeah."

"Can you give us any idea on what we can expect for GT6?"

"It's not something that we can talk that lightly on. It took 2,000 days to get all the ideas that went into GT5. It's just too early to be talking about GT6."


2,000 days?!?!

It's taken Kaz and his team five years to finish this sequel and if you factor in his perfectionism with the rate at which gaming technology progresses Polyphony could end up being the next 3D Realms, constantly chasing the windmill dragons of its quixotic leader. Will it be a decade before we see a GT6? It's hard to say. But I sure hope they don't cocktease us with a bunch of over-priced, over-glorified demos in the meantime.

Gran Turismo 5 should be out sometime this year... probably... we think...

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