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Forza and Toyota working together again

Toyota said they wouldn't collaborate with games that aren't Gran Turismo Sport, but it seems they've changed their minds.

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Earlier this autumn, Toyota revealed on Twitter that we should not expect to see their cars in any games other than Gran Turismo in the future, saying:

"Officially, Toyota Motor Corporation has no concrete plans to license its model range to any other games besides Gran Turismo Sport at the moment."

So far this has been true, as the newly-released Need for Speed Heat lacks Toyota cars, but perhaps they're making an exception for one franchise, as the official Forza account on Twitter writes:

"Forza and Toyota have joined forces once again! It all starts on December 12th when #ForzaHorizon4 players can get behind the wheel of the 1998 Toyota Supra RZ as a part of the Series 17 update."

They also shared the picture below of the car, but we're not sure whether this means Toyota's stance on collaborations has entirely changed.

Are you glad Toyota has come around?

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