According to Sony Computer Entertainment Europe's Jim Ryan, “I think we cut our teeth on DLC with GT5, and had some reasonably good success. We definitely have a desire to take that to a whole different level. Monetisation is obviously a very important part of that, just in terms of business, but equally important is providing an ability to have sustained, ongoing engagement with the consumer over months and months, so they feel wrapped up in this whole GT world.”
Ryan went on to claim, “There’s stuff I just can’t talk about because it’s not announced yet,” he said. “(Polyphony Digital boss Kazunori Yamauchi) was very clear that there’s stuff in the pipeline that can’t be spoken about today because he needs something to get on stage and say at E3 and Gamescom. We – and I’ve got to be careful what I say here – but we definitely have ambitions.”
Gran Turismo 6 was on the 15th May for the PlayStation 3. A PlayStation 4 version was hinted at.