Last week it was announced that the Regalia from Final Fantasy XV would be making its way to Forza Horizon 3. That’s a pretty awesome crossover that left some PlayStation owners slightly jealous (at least if Twitter reactions are anything to go off of), and one that really isn’t that crazy when you consider that you can drive a Warthog from Halo in Microsoft’s open-world driving title. It also got my brain spinning about how Sony could do something even cooler with Gran Turismo Sport.
Here are 10 video game crossover vehicles we’d love to see in Gran Turismo Sport:
Gran Turismo Sport Vehicles We Want to See
For a slightly more serious look at Gran Turismo Sport, check out our E3 2017 preview of the racer. Writer Paulmichael Contreras had the following to say:
Speaking of realism, the Thrustmaster T-GT deserves a mention here. At the aforementioned ~$800 price tag, this steering wheel is likely priced out of many gamers’ consideration. But it felt so unbelievably lifelike (I had to fight a lot harder than I thought I had to once I started to spin in a rally race) that I started to attempt to conjure up a budget where I could afford such a luxury, before I crashed back down to Earth and realized that I could buy a PSVR headset, lesser steering wheel, and still have money left over for a copy of Gran Turismo Sport. The T-GT is a wheel designed for those of us who are willing to sacrifice to create the perfect environment to play these kinds of games in. The type who obsess over getting lap times down by hundredths or even thousandths of a second. Rest assured, there is a market for these wheels, it’s just probably not most of us, and that’s not only due to price factors.
Gran Turismo Sport is a no-holds-barred racing simulator. Now, sure, we were playing in ideal settings, in a cockpit setup that your average gamer won’t be able to replicate. But Gran Turismo is fun to any racing fan, regardless as to how they are playing. Running with all of today’s latest graphical bells and whistles, and then some – 4K, HDR, 60 frames per second, extended color gamut – it’s going to be a hard game to beat on a technical front. Polyphony Digital is poised to give games like Forza Motorsport 7 a run for their money.