Toyota wil zijn auto's opnieuw een licentie geven voor racevideospellen


Toyota License Cars For Video Games Once Again Forza Horizon 4 end 2017 why

After oddly stopping all licensing of its vehicles to racing video games back in 2017,Toyotais now set to make its return to the gaming world. According toForza Motorsport, it has partnered up with the Japanese auto manufacturer to bring the1998 Supra RZtoForza Horizon 4with the game’s Series 17 update.

Toyota’s decision to end all of its licensing plans was never explained with its last gaming appearance coming inGran Turismo Sport, which held agreements that pre-dated the 2017 decision.

Take a look at the 1998 Toyota Supra RZ set to appear inForza Horizon 4December 12 as part of the Series 17 update.

For more gaming news,Dragon Ball FighterZwelcomes the revamped Broly fromDragon Ball Super.

Forza and Toyota have joined forces once again! It all starts on December 12th when#ForzaHorizon4players can get behind the wheel of the 1998 Toyota Supra RZ as a part of the Series 17

— Forza Motorsport (@ForzaMotorsport)November 19, 2019

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