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Evidence Points Toward Gran Turismo 6

Published on May 22, 2012 by

Associate Brand Manager at Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC, Brian Dunn may have accidentally outed Gran Turismo 6 on his Linkedin profile it seems. As you can see below Gran Turismo 6 is included in his list of titles he’s worked/working on. This has since been removed from his profile.

A screenshot of his profile before it was amended

Previously it was mentioned by an individual studying at Mt. Panorama Motorsport Training centre Bathurst that a large group from Polyphony were mapping out the track and getting all measurements for a new game. A picture was also taken.

Smile!

While it was inevitable that a sixth instalment in the popular series was on the way, its nice to know work has already begun. Will it be a PS3 title? Or will it see a release on the next generation of console?

 
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  1. Thomas Dar

    Work would have begun immediately after pushing out GT5. I think the director of these games has had about 10 hours sleep max since they started the first GT game for PS1, they don’t do holidays or hiatus to work on other projects, it’s just all GT, all the time.

  2. Edward K

    Hopefully the dealerships in the next installment won’t have so few cars for purchase. I hate the used car area. over 800 cars and only a few to choose from at a time and they don’t change the cars over enough to make it interesting. Even the online dealerships are bad. Same cars i’ve seen for months.

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