Slew of New Gran Turismo 5 Screens

Gran Turismo 5

GT5 is in full effect over at the Games Convention in Germany right now, and we’ve got the screens to prove it. It’s hard to say anything about the look of them other than “wow,” but it still remains to be seen just how the core gameplay has been improved … if at all.

Gran Turismo 5

Gran Turismo 5

Gran Turismo 5

Gran Turismo 5

Gran Turismo 5

Gran Turismo 5

Gran Turismo 5

Gran Turismo 5

Gran Turismo 5

Gran Turismo 5

Gran Turismo 5

Gran Turismo 5

Gran Turismo 5

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3 Comments

  1. It looks fantastic and the cockpit view, something FM2 does not have, is a welcome feature. And being able to use one’s DFP or G25, wheels very common in the PC simracing scene, is fantastic. Not just because those wheels don’t overheat and are being recalled by Microsoft.

  2. Looks much more natural than FM2. Still reserved until I test the handling, AI etc though…

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