No, This Isn’t A Real GTA 6 Trailer, But It’s Not A Bad Mashup Of Various Games
Here at Topspeed, we have a love for games like Grand Theft Auto. Outside of the police chases, shootouts, and other fun gimmicks, it’s a fun car game too. While there are enough rumors for us to talk about what we might know about GTA 6, there really isn’t any official information to go on. Be that as it may, we got pretty excited when we spotted this “GTA 6 Official Trailer.” It only took a few moments to realize it wasn’t the real deal, but it’s still worth watching just for the fun of it.
PlayStation Exclusive Gran Turismo Is Going To Be An Official Olympic Sport in 2021!
2020 was a big turning point in the history of mankind. Aside from the social and health-related implications of the Covid-19 pandemic, every corner of every industry has been affected and subsequently, changed – perhaps forever.
Take motorsports for example: anchored inside by lockdowns after lockdowns, race drivers had to adapt to keep training. So, they jumped inside racing simulators. Online racing competitions were created and this massive shift to the digital world is culminating with the Olympic Virtual Series – the first-ever, Olympic-license event for physical and non-physical virtual sports.
The New Need for Speed Has Been Delayed At Least a Year Because Guns Are More Fun
The next Need for Speed game will not be released until the latter part of 2022 — at the earliest. That douses any hopes that the game would still come out in its original 2021 schedule. But that’s not happening anymore, and the reason is the new Battlefield video game. According to reports, Electronic Arts has directed Criterion Games to pause the development of the new Need for Speed game so that it could help fellow E.A. subsidiary DICE in finishing the new Battlefield title.
This Recreation of The Top Gun Maverick Trailer With Legos Is Just Too Cool
U.S. brick filmmaker Augustus Danko is such a big fan of LEGOs and the Top Gun movie that he decided to marry his two loves and create an incredible fan-made trailer of the upcoming blockbuster movie using only LEGO bricks. The two-and-a-half-minute trailer faithfully recreates the first Top Gun: Maverick trailer starring Tom Cruise right down to the smallest of details. The trailer took five months to complete and it features 3,240 frames. Danko even enlisted the help of other LEGO builders and animators to help bring his project to life. After all that work, this LEGO trailer of the new Top Gun movie looks every bit as incredible as the real one.
This New Hot Wheels Game Will Be The Best Racing Game of 2021
Sorry Folks, Gran Turismo 7 For the PS5 Isn’t Coming Out Anytime Soon
Those looking for Gran Turismo 7 thrills will have to suit up with patience because the game will not hit the stores earlier than 2022. The news via an interview with PlayStation boss Jim Ryan, who had a chat with GQ about PS5 stock and Sony’s plans for 2021 in general.
When You Spend $10K On A PC, GTA V Can Look Downright Amazing
Cyberpunk in Real Life? Here’s What Your Favorite Modern Cars Would Look Like
Usually, when game developers come up with a game that includes vehicles, they have to license them from manufacturers. Sometimes, game devs go around it by reimagining some of the cars or simply mashing up elements from different vehicles, making some unique stuff. Cyberpunk is one of those games. The first-person open-world shooter features some epic vehicles, from utilitarian, scruffy-looking commuter cars to exquisite luxury and hypercars. Regardless, their style has inspired more than a few people out there, which have created awesome renderings of real-life cars.
Driving A Legendary Rally Icon in Assetto Corsa (Subaru Impreza 22B)
These days, well-preserved Subaru Impreza 22Bs get sold for as much as $370,000. And for good reason. The 22B is one of the rarest Subies out there, simply because it was a special, road-legal interpretation of Subaru’s Impreza WRX rally car fitted with a larger engine, a widebody kit, and gold-painted wheels.
Gran Turismo 7 Will Race Into the Future By Respecting Its Past
Gran Turismo 7 will release on the PlayStation 5 later this year, and those who are eagerly awaiting the game’s arrival will be in for a treat. The game’s head designer, Kazunori Yamaguchi, recently spoke with Japanese magazine Octane and indicated that GT7 will return to earlier form with a full volume of features that became the defining traits of the older Gran Turismo titles. Realistic graphics and extensive car collections, in particular, were foundational pieces of earlier GT titles, but with GT Sport focusing more on interactive racing elements, realism took a back seat to the racing experience. The folks behind the development of GT 7 now plan to marry those worlds together to create what we hope will be the best Gran Turismo game ever.
The Chevy C8 Corvette Is Coming To Forza Horizon 4!!!
Ever since Chevrolet unveiled the Corvette C8 in 2019, it was only a matter of time before the first mid-engine Corvette in the nameplate’s history would find its way to the world of Forza Horizon 4.
The Chevrolet Corvette C8 is now being unleashed in Forza 4. Ok, so we’re all going to have to wait until January 14, 2021 for the unleashing to become official, but all the same, the ‘Vette C8 will make its long-awaited debut in Forza 4 alongside other automotive luminaries like the 1990 Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z and the 1965 Honda S800. New seasonal events, challenges, and stunts will also be included in the Series 31 update.
This Ferrari Hypercar Will Fit Into Cyberpunk 2077 Perfectly
Released in December 2020, Cyberpunk 2077 is still the game of the hour in January 2021. And while it’s not the most appealing video game to car enthusiasts, Cyberpunk 2077 is packed with vehicles that range from hypercars to heavy-duty haulers. They’re obviously fictional, but some of them are clearly inspired by real-life vehicles. A Behance artist felt that Cyberpunk 2077 could use a bit of Ferrari in its life and designed the FerRAR.EXE.