Polyphony Digital is open to incorporating new tech such as PS Move and 3D into Gran Turismo 5, Kazunori Yamauchi has revealed.
Rumours are rife that the game offers support to both sets of tech - and Yamauchi has not taken the opportunity to say the big 'no'.
When CVG sister mag PSM3 asked Yamauchi if GT5 would incorporate 3D or motion control, he said:
"We're always attuned to new technologies. If there are display devices or peripherals that seem interesting, I'm sure we'll work to support them."
Yamauchi said earlier this year that GT5 was '90 per cent' complete.
His new comments come as part of a eight-page racing preview spectacular in May's PSM3, which also features F12010, Modnation racers, Blur, Split/Second and more.
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