Every pre-order of the retail version of Gran Turismo on PSP will receive a PSN code to unlock one of five cars in the game, reveals Sony, who's also confirmed the download version of the game will be cheaper.
Redeem the code after the game's October 1 launch and you'll get one of the cars (presumably at random), which come in colours that are otherwise not available in the game.
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This also marks the first time Lamborghini has appeared in a Gran Turismo game. Here's the five cars on offer:
- 2009 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 in the Black M color
- 2002 Enzo Ferrari in Giallo Modena (yellow)
- 2008 GTbyCitroen in yellow
- 2009 Nissan GT-R Spec V in metallic blue
- 1974 Lamborghini Countach LP400 in Arancio (orange)
Sony's Stephanie Yoshimoto has said on the PS Blog: "For those who are planning to purchase Gran Turismo from the PlayStation Network as a download, we will be able to share our plans for you shortly, but rest assured you are not forgotten."
Elsewhere, an SCEJ release schedule confirms that the download version of GT PSP will be cheaper, costing 4,400 Yen (£27) while the UMD version will cost 5,480 Yen (£34). We know which version we'll buy if the pricing structure is similar over here.