Get a taste of pre-apocalyptic 1950’s luxury in Forza Motorsport 6 with the Fallout 4 Chryslus Rocket 69 DLC.
Observant Fallout 4 players may have noticed advertisements for the micro-fusion-powered Chryslus Rocket 69 strewn across the post-apocalyptic world, or the occasional remnants of the car rusting on the streets of some settlements and towns. Thanks to a partnership between developers Turn 10 Studios and Bethesda Game Studios, Xbox One gamers can now take the 1950’s car onto the streets of Forza 6.
Inspired by the retro-futuristic fiction of the 1950’s and Connee Allen’s 1951 hit “Rocket 69“, the car of the same name might look like something from the pages of a Car & Driver equivalent in The Jetsons universe, with it’s sleek design and bubble-enclosed two-door cabin. Those who have played either Fallout 4 or Forza 6 while using an online Xbox Live account will receive a free download for the Chryslus Rocket 69 through an official Live message; only one download will be administered to each eligible player. Microsoft began sending messages to players on April 14; DLC will be administered through the rest of the month. Anyone who purchases Fallout 4 and/or Forza 6 before the end of April can expect to receive their DLC in early May.
Forza Motorsport is both Microsoft’s exclusive racing simulator, and an answer to Sony’s Gran Turismo series. Apart from the beautiful visuals and “car porn” showcase modes, the series also has a tie-in with British car entertainment series Top Gear; Forza 5 included car overviews voiced by Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond, with Forza 6 allowing players to actually race on the famous Top Gear Test Track.