What do they have in common the Forza Motorsport and Fallout 4? This Ford F100 is so special

The game world is shaken with the launch of one of the titles most anticipated of the year, Fallout 4. A role-playing game set in a post-apocalyptic world that you can explore to your hearts content. Its similar aesthetics of the 50’s of the last century, and the great possibilities of construction and adventures promise to offer tens of hours of gameplay. But, what has it in common with Forza Motorsport 6? A 1956 Ford F100 Vault-Tec Edition that you can fly free in the simulator of cars for the Xbox One.

The long-awaited Fallout 4 launches to the market the next November 10.

Although it is a game set in a Boston dystopia in the year 2277, the aesthetics of the game mimics the 50’s and 60’s in the U.S. it Is for this reason that this pick-up feels like home. It is slightly different to a pick-up of production, since it has a personalization aesthetic, but I must say that is conserved from wonder to have more than 300 years of age. The announcement of this model – free from now to all players of Forza Motorsport 6 – admits that it does not work with atomic energy, but gasoline.


Maybe his age explains the look hot rod, and the oxide of its body panels. The Vault Boy adorns the doors of this pick-up, with his eternal smile atomic. We will be able to fly this machine in Forza, in addition to the Chryslus Rocket 69, a luxurious coupe that will be launched in a later update. This coupe is based on a prototype powered by nuclear energy designed by Ford more than 50 years ago, the ill-fated – fortune – Nucleon.

Source: Autoblog
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