Were you honestly expecting Gran Turismo 5, the game that’s been in development for far too long now, to actually be released in March like Polyphony Digital said? Well, it’s not – as Sony Computer Entertainment have just confirmed the game has been delayed. the game’s new release date has been changed to the very vague date of â€œTBAâ€
The game, which has cost $60 million to make so far has a plethora of interesting features, neither of which really matter if their competitors can release two critically acclaimed games in the time taken for PD to release a demo.
Perhaps Polyphony Digital are reworking the game to feature 3D visuals, or they’ve hired the team from now defunct 3DRealms, and are changing the name of the much anticipated racing sim to â€œGran Turismo Foreverâ€
Source : Kotaku
Last Updated: January 13, 2010
January 13, 2010 at 09:39
delaying it for 3dtv reasons seems the most plausible. apparently espn are launching their 3dtv channel in jun/jul (rumours are that they will be broadcasting the wc2010 in 3d).
so i would assume there will be a big push in 3dtv sales to the run up for that, and it makes sense for gt5 to be one of the first games to feature it.
or it could be they all too busy playing final fantasy and couldn’t be bothered to finish gt5 :biggrin: