Fans of Sony's acclaimed racing series Gran Turismo may have to wait until the next console for a fresh outing.
Series designer Kazunori Yamauchi that developer Polyphony Digital is already hard at work on GT6 and has been since GT5 was finally released in 2010.
"We're always aiming for the latest technology and the latest expression," said Yamauchi, according to Andriasang.
The developer also hinted that a Vita version of Gran Turismo could allow gamers to enjoy multiplayer and online modes wherever they go.
"If we were to make it, we'd like to make use of the ability to play anywhere and the ability to use 3G at any time," he said.
In the meantime, Sony will release the Academy Edition of GT5 on September 26th.
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