Sony's official US PlayStation Move site appears to have revealed that both Gran Turismo 5 and Disney's Split/Second will work with the motion sensing device.
Other 'featured' titles listed alongside the peripheral include ModNation Racers and SOCOM 4 - which Sony said would be compatible with Move at GDC last week.
The inclusion of three 'core' racing games in the list suggests PlayStation Move will be able to be used as a steering wheel - a function Nintendo's Wii Remote also serves - or that they will support headtracking via Move's camera.
Nintendo this week said it was 'flattered' by the similarities between the two devices.
Unlike GT5, Disney's Split/Second is a full arcade racer - complete with giant, destructible set pieces.
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