Head of title?s studio says that Chinese market may require a home computer version

Gran Turismo on the way to PC?

The boss of the studio behind the Gran Turismo series has said that the franchise may expand beyond the PlayStation format for the first time in its history – with a PC version in China.

Speaking to German site derStandard, Kazunori Yamauchi, head of Sony’s Polyphony Digital team, said:

 “It is very, very improbable that GT will comes out on another consoles.

“But perhaps it comes to the PC. Particularly [for] the Chinese market."

In the interview, he also revealed that the full version of Gran Turismo 5 – which is still without a release date – had been worked on by 150 people for four years and has cost 50 times more to make than the original GT1 on the PlayStation.

For the full story – and details on Yamauchi’s ambitions to create an RPG – be sure to click through to PC Retail’s sister site Develop.

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