After repeatedly delayed the scheduled launch, Sony finally ensure that their tergress racing game Gran Turismo 5 (GT5) will step on the gas on 2 November. This racing game is highly anticipated fans. In the latest version, GT5 will bring nearly 1,000 vehicles and more than 70 tracks spread across 20 different locations.
No doubt, the funds spent to serve the game is not kidding. Which reached Rp 620 billion or about U.S. $ 60 million, Sony and Polyphony Digital's developers obviously do not mess with these projects, and try to create a dream of racing simulation game by gamers.
GT5 itself previously scheduled to be released into the gaming market in January 2010. However, Polyphony Digital set back the release schedule of this racing game with a reason to wait for finishing. Meanwhile, regarding the support of the motion sensor Sony GT5 was certainly not a figment. Polyphony Digital CEO Kazunori Yamauchi said that there are several levels in GT5 that can be played with the motion sensor.