Adrian @F1ESP has put together a neat comparison, putting Project CARS and Gran Turismo 6 side by side.
The video shows a lap around Silverstone in sunset conditions in both titles. Keep in mind that both footage is taken from a work in progress title, while Project CARS isn’t due to be released before 2014, GT6 won’t hit the shelves until the holiday season.
Gameplay videos of Gran Turismo 6‘s newest confirmed circuit, the Goodwood Hill Climb, have finally been released – one of which is a directly-captured video from Polyphony Digital themselves!
Interestingly, Polyphony’s video is labeled as a “concept”, and would appear to feature altered or placeholder engine sounds. The other videos below have been recorded off the TV by Gran Turismo fans at the event.
The guys over at MotoGamesTV have put together an interesting comparison video, showing Forza 5 and GT6 side by side.
The video shows a lap around Silverstone in the Nissan GT-R in both titles which are due to be released this winter.
The battle of the console heavyweights is not based on equal ground since Forza Motorsport 5 will be coming to the new Xbox One next-gen platform while GT6 will be released for the trusted Playstation 3 with a PS4 version coming later.
A new gameplay video of Gran Turismo 6 has surfaced, showing off replay footage of the BWM Z4 GT3 race car.
As it is clearly audible from the video, the current GT6 demo still uses the same sounds as Gran Turismo 5, lacking the V8 rumble of the original car. As revealed in an interview with Kazunori Yamauchi a few weeks ago, PD is looking to do major improvements to the sounds, a feature that might not make it into GT6 though.
Gran Turismo 6 will come to the Playstation 3. featuring 1200 cars, 150 of which will be new to Gran Turismo.
As announced by Kazunori Yamauchi, the distinction between standard & premium models will remain, the cars ported over from Gran Turismo 4 will be slightly touched up to fit the new title better.
GT6 will also come with 33 tracks, with seven locations being all-new including Silverstone, the home of Nissan’s GT Academy competition.
A playable demo of GT6 will be released next week, kicking off the next GT Academy competition.
Next Tuesday, 2nd July, at 9.00am BST you will be able to get your hands on the demo for Gran Turismo 6. It promises to be a tantalising glimpse at what we will see when the game takes to the starting grid later this year. The even better news is that the demo is free and doesn’t require ownership of any Gran Turismo product.
What’s more, if you are in one of the GT Academy regions* then the demo could also be the ticket for your chance to race for real with Nissan.
The demo is structured as a GT Academy-style driver training concept where you progressively learn the skills required to push very expensive track monsters at full speed round impossible apexes. The course where the action takes place is Silverstone, the spiritual home of GT Academy (and one of the brand new confirmed GT6 track locations in GT6).
In GT Academy regions, once you’ve cleared the earlier rounds you will then have your shot to post your time to the leaderboard and see if you have got what it takes to progress to the next stage.
Regardless of whether you are in one of the GT Academy eligible countries or not, once you have proved your skills and made the grade through the initial rounds you will unlock special bonus content.
The demo will remain live until 31st August 2013, but if you’re in the GT Academy hunt you have until 11.59pm BST on 28th July 2013 to take a step towards a chance of a real life racing career.