Gran Turismo 5 will be getting a fairly large update next Tuesday. Called the Functionality Update 2.0, the free patch adds a handful of new content and features to the year-old racing sim.
Perhaps the biggest change is the inclusion of an interior camera angle on all of the cars, allowing gamers to drive every vehicle in the game from behind the wheel. The other major feature is the ability to save your progress during endurance races – something that will no doubt save many an expensive racing wheel from being rage-smashed.
The update also comes with load time and interface improvements, updated car physics and AI, support for the Logitech G25/G27 racing wheels, a Photo Travel Mode update, and a few new features in the Online Lounge.