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Wednesday, 16 June 2010 13:03

Gran Turismo 5 gets another release date

Written by David Stellmack
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Hard to tell how firm it actually might be

Sony offered a new release date for Gran Turismo 5 during their E3 press conference, saying that the postponed title would finally arrive on November 2nd of this year, almost a year after competitor Microsoft Forza 3 was released.

The company did not offer any additional information on how solid the release date was this time around, but we suspect we will hear more on whether it will make its new ship date later this year.

Also, Sony did confirm what we had told you previously, that Gran Turismo 5 will offer 3D support.

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