Gran Turismo 6 is undoubtedly a massive endeavor. And that means working on it right up until the moment of its release…and a little after.
Franchise creator Kazunori Yamauchi told Eurogamer that the incoming GT6 will receive a "fairly large" day one patch due to "an incredibly tight schedule." He admitted they wanted to get everything done by the launch but unfortunately, that probably won't happen. And they will continue to tweak and refine for at least a year:
"I think for the 12 months following the release we'll continue to update the software. Because in Gran Turismo 6 we're preparing a lot of different things we haven't even touched on yet."
The online features are also being worked out, and part of these will be updated with that day one patch. They're also "overflowing" with additional stuff they intend to do, so you can expect to see GT6 grow exponentially as time goes on. This is a little disconcerting from a gamer's side because it's really starting to sound like an incomplete project. However, considering Yamauchi's reputation as a perfectionist, we still trust that what arrives on December 6 will be pretty amazing.
Related Game(s): Gran Turismo 6