Gran Turismo 6 digital pre-order now available, in-game credits detailed
As you know, the latest iteration of the series has a whole host of new features that you’ll be able to take advantage of. If you’ve missed any of the news, take a look back at the feature reveal here.
Today, I’m happy to share some great new information for Gran Turismo 6. Starting today, Gran Turismo 6 is on the PS Store! You’re now able to pre-order the Standard Edition or, for those seeking that little extra advantage on the track, the Special Edition.
With the Special Edition, you’ll get the full GT6 Game, 20 extra cars (Torque, Performance, Adrenaline and Velocity packs), custom PSN avatars, paint chips, race suits and race helmets – basically everything you need to fly past your friends on the way to the finish line. And, pre-ordering either of the editions on the store before launch will get you the great cars included in the Precision Pack for free.
For those of you who are either looking to update your PS3 or are still sitting on the fence (after all these years!) you’ll have some very impressive bundles available. I’m not going to reveal them here, but go talk to your favourite games store and I can guarantee you won’t be disappointed!
In addition, from launch at retail you’ll find a new option for building your ultimate fantasy car collection in-game credits will be purchasable through PS Store or your friendly local retailer at the following denominations: 500K, 1 million, 2.5 million or 7 million credits which you’ll be able to apply in-game for cars and parts. To know how much your credits will get you, take a look at the menu of choices. For 1 million credits you could get all the cars below.
And finally, I’m excited to announce that we’ll be traveling to Ronda in Spain to celebrate the launch of GT6. Ronda is a small city in the south of Spain near Malaga which you’ll find featured in Photo Travel mode of the game. In the game you’ll be able to take pictures of your best cars on top of the Puente Nuevo, or New Bridge, a bit of a misleading name since the bridge finished construction in 1793!
Kazunori Yamauchi will be there to explain how the game was developed and give interviews about the new developments in the game. Make sure to keep your eyes on the web that week because for all you GT fans, there will be lots of new information about your favourite franchise!
In the meantime, pull out GT5 and start brushing up on your cornering skills, you’ll need them to prove it on the track!