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Gran Turismo Sport release date and new trailer zooms in

20 May 16

Sony has revealed the release date and a new trailer for Gran Turismo Sport. The game is the first Gran Turismo to hit the PS4. 

Gran Turismo Sport will be released on November 16th, 2016. The game features the very latest road cars and Polyphony Digital promises that they're the most detailed models in franchise history. 

Aside from the standard edition, there are three other versions of the game that you can get. This includes the Gran Turismo Sport Collector’s Edition, Gran Turismo Sport Steel Book Edition and Gran Turismo Sport Plus Edition. 

"Gran Turismo Sport Collector’s Edition includes an exclusive miniature model of the Mercedes-AMG GTS and a detailed car-lover’s guide written by the experts at Polyphony Digital themselves. Both the Steel Book Edition and Plus Edition, meanwhile, come jam-packed with a selection of digital exclusives and extras."

You can check out the new trailer below:

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