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Posted: Jun 3, 2020 @ 12:07 pm GMT-0600
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This sounds interesting, albeit a little less “sim racing” than most will like, it does appear to have real-world racing tracks so it’s worth a decent look and to be given a chance.

The premise seems to be that you go from being a street racer (ugh), upgrading your way “from weekend warrior to racing legend.” Other than that, it looks like Forza Horizon to me.

Due for release Summer 2020 on PS4, Xbox One, PC.

There is a really good indication of gameplay in this video, though it still must be said we don’t know what assists were on for much of the gameplay footage. I like the idea of a “storyline” racing game quite a bit after watching this video. Makes me think of the old title called TOCA Race Driver 3… Still giving it the benefit of the doubt right now:

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