After ruling the tracks on planet Earth, it seems like Gran Turismo 6 will take players to race on the moon as well. Polyphony digital, Gran Turismo's developer, released a new trailer for the game, showing some of the various vehicles present in the game, including a lunar vehicle moving in what seems to be the moon.
To further support this, Sony has confirmed that over 120 new vehicles have been added to the game, including a vehicle named Lunar Roving Vehicle LEV-001 '71. These additions bring the game's total car count to more than 1200, which can be used across more than 100 track layouts.
However, Polyphony Digital isn't just focusing on the moon. In another trailer, the producer shows off game's amazing time transitions and astronomical effects.
"The environmental changes that happen seamlessly according to the passage of time during gameplay is no longer just a recreation of a track, it's the simulation of the earth itself," said the developer on the game's official site. "On night tracks you can enjoy a simulated night sky with accurate positions of the stars and constellations. You can watch the passage of time, with the moon and stars moving across the night sky as you would see in real life."
Gran Turismo 6 will be available worldwide on the 6th of December for the PS3.
Source: Gran Turismo