To prove that Need for Speed: Shift has entered into a new reality, EA pits four avid gamers to compare/contrast a real 2010
Ford Mustang to the virtual version within the game.
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The ’10 Unleashed 2010 Mustang 8
Where here with four guys playing Need For Speed Shift in the 2010 Ford Mustang
Troy Alessi: They are having us play in the Ford Mustang in the videogame and then they are going to take us out to a track and put us in a real Ford Mustang so if we can match those times that we do the video game.
Jesse Abney: The guys we are racing with today have done pretty well, their avid gamers.
Justin Keppler: It’s probably one of the best racing games I have ever played.
Jason Morrell: So much more like an actual car.
Kirby Anderson: The course is really hard there wasn’t a whole lot of straight away. You hurp n’ turn after hurp n’ turn.
Jason: I realize there’s a difference between video games and the real world but there’s less similarities
Male: We’ve had quite a few hours of practice here in terms of timing I would hope that their track time could definitely reflected similarly on the real world track as they are in the game today.
Female: Alright gentlemen this is what you’ve been training for. This is for the championship. No do-overs. You trained with the best the fast lane let’s see if you can transfer it over and put on to the racetrack you must— around the statemile remember move this fast and good luck.
Few turn laps combine them with your need for speed laps then we’ll find the champion.
Male: We’re going to be a couple of seconds apart from each other.
Male: Oh yeah. What a ride.
Female: And the Mustang need for speed champion is Troy well done Troy. Congratulations.
Male: I want my videogames but 2010 mustangs, we don’t get around real thing