GT5 Getting Move, 3D, Kitchen Sink

gt5yoGran Turismo 5 has been in production for six years. The budget is somewhere around $60 million. It has no release date, although it is intended to be released by the end of this year. Given all that information, it would be absolutely insane if GT5 weren’t Move-compatible and playable in 3D. I’m not saying the Move or 3D are particularly important to the experience. I’m saying that after all this time and money spent on this thing, you might as well make sure it has everything and is the racing game to end all racing games.

And so, MCV says, one of the last things the production team is working on at this point is implementation of 3D and the Move. Sweet. So that means we’re only like a year or two away from actually getting our hands on the thing. Maybe? Hopefully, we’ll get a semi-hard release date in a few weeks at E3.

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