'Fast and Furious 10' to become an eight-bit video game

'Fast and Furious 10' to become an eight-bit video game
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Players will be given the opportunity to join Dominic Toretto's family
'Fast and Furious 10' will now also be available in an eight-bit format. The creators of the action-adventure film have released a free online video game that allows players to get behind the wheel and prove they have what it takes to join the Dominic Toretto family.

In the new game, titled Fast X: Lets Race, players will race around the world in locations in the Fast and Furious franchise - from the streets of Los Angeles (the main character's hometown) to Rio de Janeiro and Rome, where Team Toretto will face their most dangerous opponent yet - the son of drug lord Hernan Reyes, who plots the unthinkable - to destroy Dominic Torettos loved ones.

How successful the villain's plan will be, we will know after the release of the film "Fast and the Furious 10" in theaters. Release is scheduled for May 19, 2023.

The eleventh and supposedly final episode of "Fast and the Furious" will be presented to viewers in 2025.

Budget film "Fast and the Furious 10

Exact figures have not been released by the studio, but it is likely that the tenth episode will prove to be the most expensive in the franchise. It is estimated to cost $300 million or more to produce, making it one of the most expensive projects in Hollywood history.