Fordzilla P1 Concept Transformed Into The Ultimate Racing Simulator
Do you remember the Fordzilla P1 - a virtual race car developed by Ford in cooperation with the world of video games? It was first announced back in 2020 and then, at 2021 at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, Ford actually came with a full-scale model of it.
Now, the car has been once again displayed, this time at the Gamergy 21 event in Madrid, Spain with impressive new streaming capabilities. In another words, it was transformed into the ultimate racing simulator.
Assetto Corsa Competizione Update Includes The BMW M4 GT3
Assetto Corsa Competizione was officially presented back in 2018, with the versions for the Xbox One and Playstation 4 announced in June 2020. At Gamescom 2021, the game’s developer - Kunos Simulazioni - announced that a version for Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5 will also arrive in February 2022.
However, November 2021 brings some serious updates for the PC version, and the BMW M4 GT3 is part of this update.
Bugatti Divo Races Chiron And Veyron SS In Forza Horizon 5
Forza Horizon 5 launched on November 9, 2021 and, as it was to be expected, we already have a lot of gameplay video. While there are of course a lot to choose from, one of our favorites puts the new Bugatti Divo against the Chiron and the Veyron SS. A race everyone dreams about having in real life too, don’t you think?
Someone Is Building A Real-Life CyberPunk 2077 Quadra V-Tech
Cyberpunk 2077 came out in December 2020 and quickly got a lot of flak for its numerous bugs and broken promises. Be it as it may, the game offered a very unique perspective on what cars would look like in the dystopian future. But for some, playing the game isn’t enough, which is exactly what we see on the YouTube channel Burning Wrenches, where the host has an affinity for fabricating stuff. One of its creations is a real-life replica of the Quadra V-Tech, featured in the game.
Gran Turismo Is Finally Making A Return After A 5 Year Hiatus
Gameplay Teaser of Forza Horizon 5 is Pure Bliss
Here’s A List Of All The 154 Cars That Are Confirmed To Feature In Forza Horizon 5!
Forza Horizon 5 is less than three months away. Set to launch on November 9, 2021, the game is all the hype right now. The developer recently revealed the game map and this Mexico setup is much larger than the Britain-setting of the FH4. The company has even revealed some of the cars that will be available this time around. However, there are a lot more than what the developer has revealed, and YouTuber Don Joewon Song has listed 143 of them out. Forza Horizon released a list of 11 more cars after Song’s video, which brings the count to 154 cars. These 154 cars, by the way, don’t include the traffic cars.
Forza Horizon 5’s Map Revealed; Set To Be The Largest World In The Forza Horizon Series Thus Far
Forza Horizon 5 is one of the most talked-about racing games at the moment. Scheduled for release on November 9th, 2021, the open-world racing game promises to be more engaging than ever. This extends to the actual map of the game, which until recently was a mystery. We knew it was going to be based in Mexico, but that was all there was to it, until now. A tweet on Forza Horizon’s official handle gives us a complete view of the FH5 map.
The Toyota Supra in Forza Horizon 5 Is Going to Be Epic
The new Toyota Supra is nothing if not controversial. Meant to be a spiritual successor to the legendary Mk.3 Supra, it’s extreme ties to the BMW Z4 didn’t rub a lot of enthusiasts right. To this day, we’re still not sure if the new Supra is even as tunable as the Mk.3, at least not without some crazy 2JZ transplant, anyway. Regardless of what’s possible in real life, the new Toyota Supra is included as a day-one car in Forza Horizon 5 and, so far, it looks like it’ll at least live up to the reputation it’s meant to have in the game.
Cyberpunk 2077 Is Getting Trolled Hard by Disgruntled Fans
Cyberpunk 2077 has been somewhat disappointing. In addition to not living up to player’s expectations, the game has been notoriously buggy. There have been literally zero updates on the open-world, first-person shooter for a while, other than the occasional filler content, across Cyberpunk’s social media channels. The game did come back to PlayStation stores, where it previously topped the download charts, but players are still waiting on those free DLCs and much-needed updates, said to arrive by the end of the year. In the meantime, players have found some consolation in trolling the game’s “Cyberpunk by the numbers” campaign.
This New Trailer for Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown Will Get Your Adrenaline Pumping
This Fan-Made Trailer Will Make You Itch For Need for Speed Underground 2 Remastered
When you hear Electronic Arts, you probably think of the publisher who wants to claim our cash by any means necessary. That said, despite their relentless crusade of finding new ways to empty our credit cards, the studio has given us some pretty epic stuff. Among their greatest creations is 2004’s Need for Speed Underground 2. The game had extensive customization and open-world gameplay, and quickly gathered an immense cult following (myself included). For years, we’ve been craving a remastered Underground 2, but EA wouldn’t give us one (because they won’t make much cash from it). Luckily, Odonata Cinema is giving us an epic trailer showing us how a remastered version would look like.
Forza Horizon 5’s Trailer Looks Outrageously Epic
We recently mentioned a fan-made Forza Horizon 5 trailer, incorporating skillfully merged footage from other Forza games, a Penzoil ad, and a Mercedes AMG Project One promo video. Although that wasn’t the real deal, it was almost like a foreshadowing of the next Forza Horizon game. A week later and Forza Horizon 5 is finally confirmed. Moreover, we get an epic trailer, showing the various vehicle types, as well as the location in which the racing game will take place.
This Fan-Made Trailer Will Have You Dreaming of Forza Horizon 5
When it comes to racing games, the Forza franchise is one of the biggest and most anticipated titles out there. Currently, Forza Horizon 4 is the latest of the series, but fans are already looking forward to the next iteration of the open-world racing game. Some enthusiasts go even further than that, by making their own trailers of the next game, way before any form of an official announcement. This YouTube trailer, uploaded by Cybergear is a perfect example.