Dan Greenawalt, the creative director of Turn 10 who make the Forza series, announced a new track at Gamescom in Cologne, Germany. The Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps will be our new track in the upcoming game. He also talks a little bit about the new physics engine and how it will redefine not only the tires but how the overall cars handle and interact with them.
Today the guy’s over at Codemasters released the latest DLC pack for Grid 2 and this one hits us drifting-gamers right in the wallet releasing 4 icon drifters cars for us to race. You will be able to pick from Dai Yoshihara’s 650hp LS powered Discount Tires s13, Tyler McQuarrie’s 750hp GoPro Chevrolet Camaro, Chris Forsberg’s VK56 powered NOS Energy 370z or even have a little taste of D1 with the 570hp Team Orange Mitsubishi Evo X. The DLC will run you 480 Microsoft Points on the xBox or $5.99 for PS3, Steam, and PC.
So yesterday this video was released and it was announced that we will be getting a GT6, and it will be for the PS3. Along with this news this heavenly video was released, and as most we were left in awe. It is expected to be released for the 2013 holiday season and to help kick off GT Academy 2013. The current game roster is said to include 1,200 cars, 33 locations, and 71 track layouts.
I know that the entire Fast & Furious franchise gets a lot of flack from automotive enthusiasts due to the overly showy/exaggerated cars, unrealistic stunts, cars that seem to have a gas tank full of nitrous, and shifting that seems to never end and surpass the actual amount of gears in the car, but I think that this trailer speaks a lot for what Justin Lin is trying to do with the franchise and reveals a lot more about the plot and confirms some interesting plot twists that I was hoping would be done to switch up the normal cliches. With all of that in mind I won’t spoil it, i’ll simply direct you to the Fast & Furious 6 extended trailer below.