How Car Video Games, the Metaverse, and Driving IRL Intersect.

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Unsplash Ever since Atari released Gran Trek 10 in 1974, gamers and car enthusiasts have been dreaming of the day when they can experience the thrill and excitement of driving their dream car on an immersive virtual platform. Today, games like Codemaster’s F1 series and Polyphony Digital’s Gran Turismo provide gamers with a sim-like experience at a fraction of the cost of a track day. Players can do everything from managing tire temperatures to upgrading crankshafts and engine specs. But, these games are usually limited in scope and only allow players to drive within the confines of tracks and…

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