The diversion was the fifth amusement in the Gran Turismo race vehicle arrangement and was made by the Japanese organization Polyphony Digital and distributed by the Sony Group through the PlayStation 3. It was discharged for PlayStation 3 on November 24, 2010. It features a substantially dissimilar determination model, in which in contrast to Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec, standard cars can be modified by players by making decisions which influence the vehicle's driving condition for instance making changed parts such as spoilers, brakes, and headlights. Added to this, the player is pushed with the goal to win races to get a trophy.
Gran Turismo 5 online play is offered in two modes, title play (single player) and online play. The title play mode, which can be found in the game's "Practice" menu, allows for the player to practice with a limited number of cars and circuits that they have unlocked in the game. The player can play against AI opponents for a limited number of times, and up to three games can be played at one time. Matches against other players can be played on public or private tracks. The online play mode is a free downloadable mode added to the game. This mode is similar to the title play mode, but there are no more limitations on the number of cars and tracks, and the number of online players is unlimited.
Gran Turismo 5 launched on November 25, 2010 in Japan; on December 16 in North America, and on December 22 in Europe. The online multiplayer mode was downloadable on December 7, 2010. The PAL version was announced to be released on January 22, 2011. On February 17, 2011, the Japanese version of the game was unveiled with early impressions of the online mode. Between February and April 2011, the game was released in major gaming retailers including Best Buy and GameStop. The PAL version was released on the same date. Gran Turismo 5: Prologue has since been available in retail stores in North America and Europe, and on the PlayStation Store in Japan. 3d9ccd7d82