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Europe gets additional Gran Turismo 5 PS3 content

by Steven Williamson on 11 March 2008, 10:54

Tags: Gran Turismo 5, Sony Online Entertainment (NYSE:SNE), PS3, Racing

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Gran Turismo 5 Prologue will be released in Europe on Wednesday 26 March as a download from the Playstation Network and European fans will be in for a treat as they'll get some exclusive content!

The exclusive features include a drift mode, where player’s drifting technique is measured based on drift angles, racing lines, and speeds within evaluation zones located at various turns on the course.

They’ll also be in depth car tuning, where players have the ability to adjust the vehicle’s performance, including power, tyres, suspension and the ability for quick tuning whilst racing and two player split screen offline racing.

Finally, European owners can look forward to a new set of online scheduled events and time trials.

Also, Sony has confirmed that it will be releasing a PS3 bundle on the 27 March, which includes the 40GB model, a SIXAXIS wireless controller and a Gran Turismo 5 Prologue game, for £299.99 (RRP).


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I cant wait for this :D

I dont think much of the bundle though. Amazon have been selling the 40gb for £280 for months now and Prologue can be had for £18 delivered.
There go sony trying to rake in as much profits as possible….£1.99 :surprised: lol
I wonder what the price will be in the PSN? will it beat the £17.99 price tag for Blu-ray version?
gtech
There go sony trying to rake in as much profits as possible….£1.99 :surprised: lol
I wonder what the price will be in the PSN? will it beat the £17.99 price tag for Blu-ray version?

Nope, not profit.

I would rather have the disc version myself. Nothing against PSN but i just prefer a disc.
That's what i was thinking, a download which will probably be more than £17.99 or the hardcopy…?