So tomorrow a long awaited update for FH3 probably?
- new CU
- new Forzathon events
- new DLC pack
I expect a news update on the Forza website today or tomorrow for the DLC pack.
Its engine isn't an internal combustion one?
I demand pictures.
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Aren't these the engines? I think this is why in FFXV there are two tachometer needles.
(If you look closely at this GIF of the gauges you can see two needles; apologies for the sun glare)
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Although I do realize that the FH3 model only has one.
Heh, now that you mention it, two engines in this situation does sound kind of silly.According to what we've been told, the car has a single, 7-litre V12 engine. It wouldn't make sense for the car to have two different RPM needles: if the car had two engines linked to the same transmission, they'd likely operate at the same revs.
P.S: now that I think about it, those could simply be two (oddly placed) superchargers. Duh.
It falls short in top-end speed and acceleration, but makes up for it by having way more grip than you'd think a car this size would have. I tested it stock against some of the other big GT cars on Rainforest Circuit, and in some of the sweepers where I had to get on the brakes with the Wraith or Bentley to make it through safely, with the Regalia I just had to lift off for a second until it was turned in and then it'd just go right on through at full throttle without a care. I want to say it's due to the wheels being pushed so far outwards, but I'm sure the real reason is it's an imaginary car so it can do whatever the devs want it to do. Kinda like the Warthog, but not so blatantly cheaty since it isn't at the top of the class by default.
I like it. It just loses to all of the V12 swaps though.