Hot Wheels Unleashed 2 Turbocharged will include Fast & Furious content

Justin Melillo
Get ready to live your life a quarter mile at a time… or whatever a Hot Wheels track length equivalent might be as the Fast & Furious franchise will join the sequel.

A trailer from the Milestone Team on Friday (28th July) regarding their upcoming release Hot Wheels Unleashed 2 Turbocharged showcased that the game will include content from the Fast & Furious franchise starting on the first day of launch.

Specifically, the Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Widebody is included on day one, but it is mentioned and shown that there are what looks to be up to eight more Fast & Furious vehicles available post-launch, specifically through a DLC purchase.

In the silhouettes, we believe that we’re able to spot Paul Walker’s Nissan Skyline GT-R (R34) from 2 Fast 2 Furious, a Lykan HyperSport that was in Furious 7, and what appears to be the Alfa Romeo 2000 GT from the most recent FAST X feature film.

In the next screen, the subtitle reads that “all Fast & Furious content available in the Legendary Edition. Content available also through separate DLCs purchase.”

The Fast & Furious franchise is surely getting around lately. We’ve seen this famous family popping up in both new Rocket League and LEGO 2K Drive content recently. Pretty sure we also mentioned the family-friendly title title popping up as an addition to one of PlayStation’s subscription services as well.

The Legendary Edition is a Digital-Only purchase at current, and it costs $89.99 and includes the first two volumes of the Season Pass plus four other DLC packs that will be available.

Dominic Toretto’s Dodge, however, is included with the base game, from how it reads. Check out the trailer below to see the toy version of the car in action! Hot Wheels Unleashed 2 Turbocharged will release on 19th October 2023 on PC via Steam and Epic, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.

SOURCE: Hot Wheels Unleashed website

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