GT5: Prologue update arrives; new cars, features
Following yesterday's reveal at the Paris Motor Show of the GTbyCitroen car, Gran Turismo 5: Prologue has received an update today that let's you drive the new vehicle.
But that's not all.
You also get a spangly new Ferrari California and the Lotus Evora. The three new cars will set you back 1m, 300,000 and 100,000 credits respectively.
The update also tweaks some of the penalties imposed in Time Trial events, improves Race Events with changes to the difficulty levels and better responsiveness from your SixAxis or DualShock 3.
As per usual with a GT5: Prologue update, pretty much everything is reset when you install it, so don't be at all surprise if your tune settings and records are all gone after the installation. If you have replay data you recorded after the second update (August 1st 2008) the good news is that should stay intact.