Would you try to play it with an actual car? Probably not, but one individual seems to have converted his Lamborghini into an Xbox One controller so he could have the ultimate setup. The below video follows POG throughout the process, even when he purchases his copy of Forza Motorsport 7 from the store.
According to TechSpot, POG, who has a large following on social media, is a well-known French car enthusiast who was able to accomplish this feat. He first mounts a projector to the top of his Lamborghini and, after a series of steps which aren't shown in the video, inserts an ethernet cable into the diagnostic port beneath the steering wheel. After connecting this to a separate computer, he's able to use the steering wheel as a racing wheel of sorts.
Judging by the copious amounts of cables attached to the Lamborghini in the photo and video, it's clear that this wasn't an easy task ... if it's even real. But nothing beats playing Forza Motorsport 7 with an actual Lamborghini.
Forza Motorsport 7 came out towards the beginning of this month and has received a lot of critical acclaim. According to Turn 10 Studios, the title is the most comprehensive, beautiful and authentic racing game ever made. You can enjoy gorgeous graphics at 60 frames per second (FPS) and native 4K resolution on Xbox One X. The goal is to collect and race more than 700 cars across countless locations. The title is just as much of a racing game as it is about building your car collection.
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