Fast & Furious game trailer looks like it was made in GTA V by a fan

The Game Awards revealed the first look at the coming Fast & Furious game, and it looks questionable.

Published Sun, Dec 15 2019 5:30 AM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:45 AM CST

The Game Awards is now over, but now that the announcement dust has settled, we can take a look at some of the reveals you may have missed.

Above we have the first look at the coming Fast & Furious game by Project CARS developer Slightly Mad Studios. The game has been titled Fast & Furious Crossroads, and from the trailer, we can see that the game is going to follow the movies in the sense of having ridiculous action scenes and epic cars. I mean, would it even be Fast & Furious if it wasn't filled with action and ridiculous cars?

Fast & Furious Crossroads is jam-packed with explosions, burnouts, drag races, sweet rides, and epic slow-mo scenes. Judging from the trailer, - and unless the developers add to this, of course - the character models seem low in quality. While this might just be me (it's not just check the comments out to the trailer), I do hope that Slightly Mad Studios increases the overall game quality. Fast & Furious Crossroads is expected to launch in May 2020.

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