In December of last year this 93 year old player went viral, both for being somewhat above the average age of others youtubers as their passion for cars. The first of the videos in which the old man appears playing Project Cars 2 is close to reaching three million visits on a channel, that of his grandson, which barely exceeds 8,000 subscribers.
How they count from Kotaku, this Japanese man spent a good part of the 60s working as a taxi driver in Tokyo, Japan. Later he switched to heavy vehicles, driving dump trucks (dedicated to the transport of light materials such as gravel) between the 70s and 90s. Leaving aside his profession, he has always loved cars and has driven many Japanese sports cars such as the Mazda Savanna RX7.
This is just one of the cars that he drives in the first video, where he plays
The next great driving simulators
If they play Project Cars 2 instead of the latest release, Project Cars 3, it is probably due to the third part put the simulation aside a bit, making it more accessible, but that “it has brought with it certain cuts and changes that will hardly satisfy the fans of the series”, we told you in our analysis last August.
Speaking of simulators, the two great sagas of the genre each have deliveries on the stove. On the one hand, Gran Turismo 7 for PlayStation 5, which has been delayed and will be released in 2022. On the other hand, Forza Motorsport 8, which has no release date, but already has entered the closed testing phase for some members of the community.