DEARBORN, Michigan – Ford Motor Company has announced they will release a state-of-the-art PC game, called Mustang Driver, where drivers will simulate leaving a Cars and Coffee event in a Mustang. Players will collect points for burnouts that end with the car getting stuck on a median, hitting the back of a Corvette at stop light, launching into the opposite lane and taking out any pedestrians standing curbside.
“The physics and force feedback are truly amazing,” said Ford’s VP of Marketing Steve Clearwater, “The drivers can feel the rear wheels spinning and the car losing control. Through work with Thrustmaster, we were even able to properly simulate the feel of a pedestrian bump as they go under the front tires.”
Mustang Driver will be released late Q2 2019.