Polyphony explains GT5 delay

Developer Polyphony Digital has apologised for the most recent delay to PS3 racing simulator Gran Turismo 5.

Speaking via Twitter (as translated by Kotaku), the game’s lead developer Kzaunori Yamauchi stated:

Apologies for the delay. It’s because time and labour were spent ironing the kinks out of complex system. I’m really sorry. Everyone, it’s inexcusable… Wait a little longer.”

Yesterday Sony told MCV:

We sincerely apologise to GT fans for the delay, however creator Kazunori Yamauchi and the team at Polyphony Digital want to make certain they are creating a racing experience of the highest quality. We are confident that this ambitious game will exceed expectations when it launches later this year. We’ll have more information for you in the near future.”

The game is now due out some time before Christmas.

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