F*cking. Finally. Seriously, about freaking time. Yes, Gran Turismo 5 finally has a release date and that's November 2, 2010 in North and Latin America. No release date was announced for Europe or Japan. You know, because they hate you.
Here's another reason why this game has taken a decade to create: Gran Turismo 5 will also have 3D support and both modes will be on one disc. We'll have more for you a little later as we get new info.
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