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Gran Turismo 6 to let you drive on the moon?

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Ahead of next week’s Gran Turismo 6 release date, the full array of Gran Turismo 6 trophies has leaked, suggesting that the title will let gamers drive on the moon.

Hinting that the latest instalment to the usually ultra-realistic racing franchise will offer moon-based driving action, the list of prematurely unveiled Gran Turismo 6 trophies has referenced both “Lunar Exploration Missions,” and “low-gravity conditions.”

With more than 50 Gran Turismo 6 trophies available to gamers in total, two stand out as slightly unusual, stepping away from the standard and taking gamers away from the usual earthly constraints.

Although the customary trophies are present for basic tasks such as winning your first race, unlocking a certain number of vehicles and hitting speed-based achievements, a jump-based trophy and series award point to moon-based racing.

Suggesting that the Gran Turismo 6 moon driving exercises could be reasonably robust, the trophy description references multiple missions which will need to be completed on the lunar surface in order to achieve the reward.

Entitled “Moon Mission Accomplished!,” the moon-based Gran Turismo 6 trophy will require games to “Complete all the Lunar Exploration missions.” Fulfilling these requirements will see gamers handed a bronze award.

On top of this, the “One Giant Leap” trophy demands gamers “Make a jump of three seconds or more in low-gravity conditions.” Again, this achievement will lead to a bronze trophy being unlocked.

To date publisher Sony has yet to offer any details about the possibility of a moon-based level in the upcoming, PS3 exclusive, Gran Turismo 6 release. Although avoiding a next-gen launch aboard the PS4, the latest GT offering will see the likes of Silverstone and the Goodwood Hill Climb added to the franchise for the first time.

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Via: CVG

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