Fast & Furious Crossroads announced from the Project CARS studio

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The game includes the voices and likeness of Fast & Furious stars Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez and Tyrese Gibson as their respective characters.

It's got an aged look to it, to put it politely, but the dated appearance feels appropriate for the movie series, which has been around since 2001.

The game will arrive around the same time as the untitled Fast and Furious sequel coming next year, in May. Maybe it'll be like that.

Featuring an authentic storyline, and packed with heroes, gadgets, cars and non-stop cinematic-style action, Fast & Furious Crossroads will deliver pulse-pounding gameplay both in single player story mode and a soon-to-be-revealed multiplayer mode.

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A proper Fast and Furious game is on the way.

The title, Fast and Furious Crossroads, was announced last night at The Game Awards and is set to release in May 2020.

Diesel and Rodriguez showed up at The Game Awards to uncover the declaration trailer, which packs in a lot of activity, overwhelming weaponry and, obviously, blasts.

A screenshot from the "Fast and Furious: Crossroads" trailer. The announcement further mentions that they'll be up against a new threat. We are committed to creating and developing compelling games, and Fast & Furious Crossroads joins an ever-growing line-up of games created by BANDAI NAMCO for fans across the globe. We have seen a movie after the movie released, but a video game based on that idea? The story mode will "expand the Fast & Furious universe", and take players across the world on missions of "international espionage".

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