Final Fantasy 15's Regalia Coming For Free To Forza Horizon 3 On PC/Xbox One [UPDATE]
Take the Regalia out of Eos and into Australia.
Update: If you're intent on driving the Regalia in Forza Horzion 3, you'll want to be sure you qualify for it by the deadline. Asked if you'll be able to purchase the car as DLC or otherwise obtain it in the future, a Microsoft spokesperson told GameSpot, "We currently don't have plans to offer the Final Fantasy XV Regalia in Forza Horizon 3 as separate DLC in the future." That doesn't necessarily mean it will never be available again, but at this point there's no guarantee that it will be.
Original Story: Final Fantasy XV won't be the only game where you can drive the Regalia for much longer. Microsoft has revealed the car driven by Noctis and company is on its way to last year's excellent racing game, Forza Horizon 3.
First announced earlier today at ChinaJoy 2017, the massive E3-esque show taking place in China this weekend, Microsoft shared the news with a look at the car in action. It features a 7.2-liter supercharged V12 with a maximum of 536 horsepower. Check it out in the trailer above.
You'll be able to get your hands on the car for free by having played Forza Horizon 3 (on Xbox One or PC) or Final Fantasy XV (on Xbox One) by August 1. Forza players will receive it through the in-game message system, while Final Fantasy XV players will get an Xbox Live message with a code that can be redeemed for the car.
It's unclear if you'll be able to purchase the car as DLC or obtain it through other means. Microsoft previously offered Halo's Warthog as a drivable vehicle in Horizon 3 for free if you had played certain Halo games, but it also later offered it through an in-game event.
Microsoft does have another upcoming game--Forza Motorsport 7--that it could have potentially brought the Regalia to, but Horizon 3's less serious style of racing seems like the better fit for a crossover like this. That game launches on October 3.
Horizon 3 could have marked the first time you'd be able to take the Regalia off-road. However, a Final Fantasy XV update earlier this year finally afforded players the freedom to drive the car without rails, rather than being restricted to roads only. The RPG will also soon support multiplayer.
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