Vivendi gets Fast and also Furious

Vroom. Whoosh. Neoww.

Vivendi has released some details about the forthcoming The Fast And The Furious game, developed by Genki. The game will incorporate cars and characters from The Fast And The Furious movie as well as its forthcoming sequel, the ridiculously named 2 Fast 2 Furious. Players will be racing more than 20 licensed cars around the Los Angeles streets throughout some 80 missions enabling them to earn cash, “increase their street credibility” and further the game's original story.

The Fast And The Furious is pencilled in for a Q1 2004 release on PS2 and Xbox. The Xbox version will feature peer-to-peer online racing.

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