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Just purchased Project Cars 3 for the PS4 this weekend. (along with the Power Pack DLC including the new Z Proto) I was able to get some amazing shots of the new Z in Passion Red Tri-Coat, Brilliant Silver, and Black Diamond Metallic using the game’s photo mode.
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Got to love how it looks here.
I read that a new Need For Speed game is coming out soon, so it should be in that too.
That would be awesome! The only thing I’m kind of bummed about with Project Cars 3 is that there aren’t many customization options besides paint, decals, and wheels.

I also own NFS Heat on my PS4 and my favorite part about that game is the customization. If they bring the new Z into the next Need for Speed game, it’ll be great to experiment with different cosmetic mods to get inspiration for how to mod the car in real life.
 

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The top hood hump looks a bit too prominent at the front. Might be the lighting.
I hadn’t noticed that, you’re right! Having seen the Z in person last month, the hood bulge is definitely noticeable, but I feel like they might’ve exaggerated it a little bit in the game.

I’d be curious to see how it looks in other games though. Gran Turismo 7 is set to release soon, so it’ll be interesting to see how it compares to the Z in this game.
 

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Looks like these bad boys have been dropped about 2" across the board.
Yes, the wheel gap on this car in the game is much less than in real life. Also, some of these shots were taken mid corner and under hard acceleration making the car look even lower. In fact, during one of the launches that I did, the car seemed to have a bit of a squatting animation to it, sort of like how it looked in that video from the Tokyo Auto Salon where the Nissan rep did launch control in the Gray Z. Haven’t played the game long enough to figure out if all cars do this or only certain ones, but it’s a pretty cool detail nonetheless.
 
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