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June 20, 2016

Gran Turismo Sport coming to Goodwood Festival of Speed

A demo version of Gran Turismo Sport for PlayStation 4 will make a debut at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed (23rd-26th June). With the game due to go on sale 18th November 2016 in the UK (and on 16th November in the rest of Europe) and with crowds of over 200,000 automotive enthusiasts attending the event this provides the perfect setting to showcase the latest developments to the award-winning Gran Turismo series that is revving up on PS4 for the first time.

Polyphony Digital Inc and Sony Computer Entertainment are offering visitors at the Volkswagen stand, the chance to get hands on with the latest award winning Gran Turismo franchise before it speeds onto PS4 later this year. Featuring the Brands Hatch track and a selection of VW cars all recreated in breath-taking detail, this special demo will truly get your pulse racing.

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Gran Turismo Sport will also be playable within the TAG Heuer Drivers Club.  Drivers will be able to take their seat in a custom built PlayStation gaming pod and get access to some of the fastest, most desirable driving machines on the planet and experience the thrill of speed without limitation.

Festival of Speed founder, Lord March, commented, “We are incredibly excited to welcome the Gran Turismo game back to Goodwood for the fourth consecutive year and equally delighted that the Festival of Speed has been chosen as a platform to showcase the very exciting new Gran Turismo Sport game.”

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“I have always been a big admirer of the Festival of Speed,” commented Kazunori Yamauchi. “We share a common passion for innovation with so many car manufacturers and we felt Goodwood Festival of Speed provides a fitting location for the UK public to enjoy playing Gran Turismo Sport for the first time.”

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Chris Hare

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