Tired of those boring Earth bound cars you're used to in simulation driving games? Well then you're in luck as Polyphony Digital have teased the possibility of driving on the moon in a lunar rover, specifically the Lunar Roving Vehicle LEV-001 '71 revealed through the recently released car list featuring nearly 1200 cars maybe of which are still just hold overs from previous games in the franchise.
In a second video released by PD, it focuses on the new time transition and astronomy systems found in the game. To quote the website:
On night tracks you can enjoy a simulated night sky with accurate positions of the stars and constellations. You can watch the passage of time, with the moon and stars moving across the night sky as you would see in real life.
Photography mode will also be making a welcome return with expanded features and new locations.
I always wanted to play 999 but it never actually came to Europe so I never got to play it but I did download it on the Vita as it came out as it was on PS+ a few of months back. I made sure to purchase it to my account even though at the time I didn't even have a Vita but just in case I did and now I do (or I should say my dad does but it has my account).
@mb: I just meant as a standard in the box but more of an excuse to post that pic. I'm pretty sure only the Elite came with one as even the new 360 S still came with a standard AV cable rather than HDMI.
You’ll get a PS4 system with a 500GB hard drive, a DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller, a micro-USB cable for charging the DUALSHOCK 4 controller, a Mono-headset for voice chat, a power cable (1.5m), and an HDMI cable (2.0m).