Gran Turismo 6 Gets New Course, Mode and Cars - Patch 1.2

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Toyota FT1 Vision Gran Turismo Poliphony Digital's popular racing simulator Gran Turismo 6 (GT6) has received a new 1.12 patch that introduces more content, including two new race cars. Meant to spoil GT6 fans, the update treats gamers to two additional high performance cars, a new online mode, a new race track and some gameplay alterations. It also fixes a series of in-game bugs. The two cars are both Japanese: the Toyota FT1 Vision Gran Turismo, which was specially-developed for Gran Turismo 6, and the Nissan GT-R NISMO. The former will appeal to racing fanatics, featuring a body and engine meant purely for competition. It can be unlocked by merely completing the new limited time FT-1 Seasonal Event, with no regard for lap time. And then there is the new Nissan GT-R NISMO...Currently the fastest production car to lap the infamous Nurburgring Nordschleife in Germany, Godzilla on steroids is available automatically to all players that took part in this year’s GT Academy online event. Icing on the cake... As for the new Online 'Quick Match' mode, it automatically pits players against each other in racing events with pre-determined regulations. "Circuito de la Sierra" is the name of the new race track. Described as an original long course circuit inspired by Spain’s Ronda region, it will challenge players to complete a race within a set time limit. The time remaining can be extended by passing through checkpoints scattered around the course, while scores and combo levels can be raised by successfully overtaking vehicles and passing through speed traps. Any collisions with barriers or other cars will cause combo levels to be lost. Circuito de la Sierra can be played in both offline single player and online race modes. Gran Turismo 6 is playable exclusively on the PlayStation 3. Its successor, Gran Turismo 7, is already under development and may be released in 2015.

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