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Post by Eorl @ 03:26pm 12/03/14 | 1 Comments
The latest update for Polyphony Digital's racing game Gran Turismo 6 adds multi-monitor compatibility, a car search feature and more, the developer announced through the PlayStation Blog.

For those who felt their additional monitors were being left out, the new compatibility can now be accessed through the Display Options menu. The sixth title in the long-running racing series also sees the inclusion of a car search feature to find vehicles using specific parameters and open lobby changes such as Time Trial, Drift Trial and Free Run.

Other changes include kart adjustments to traction control and brake balance, all of which can be read up in full over here. The patch will be downloaded automatically upon launching the PlayStation 3 exclusive.





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Rominion
Posted 08:58pm 12/3/14
to bad the game is still exclusive to playstation, and limited to ps3 of all things. Pathetic. I remember when GT use to be the reason i buy a console, now its a reason not to.
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