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Hiding in the shadows of all the latest E3 news, a new website has emerged.
Playstation's website is dedicated to GT Sport and offers many details of the upcoming game.
The interactive site is broken into 4 main sections.
"Garage", "Pit Lane", "Starting Grid", and "Cockpit".
As it stands only the "Garage" section is currently available, with the other 3 sections still being locked.
The "Garage" centres around an image of the Bugatti VGT, which will be drivable for the first time in GT Sport.
As you switch to alternate views around the car, it enables you to initiate different areas of the Garage.
The current selections are "Features", "Tracks", "Evolution", and "Vehicles".
These areas offer details such as individual car stats., individual track data, and also information on features such as Driver profiles, FIA championships, Match making, etc., plus the new "Join The Human Race" trailer.
The upcoming availability of the remaining 3 locked sections is unknown.
It is assumed these sections will gradually come online as the release of the game, later this year, draws closer.
You can checkout the website in the link below.
Well this is going about as well as I had feared.
Almost zero change in almost 2 months.
So many cars could be added.
Let alone starting to unlock those other areas.
Continually returning to see no change is becoming frustrating.
It's been good to see the increase in official activity on some of the social media sites like Twitter and Facebook recently.
But please PD or SIE.
With less than 3 months to go before release, perhaps it's time to blow the cobwebs off this new website.
"Pitlane" is open.
I'll let you guys explore.
(Fair to say it isn't earth shattering, but there's some cool stuff, plus it's a step in the right direction.
Looking forward to seeing what the PDF has to offer.)
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