NFS Hot Pursuit Remastered
2010's NFS Hot Pursuit re-released after an update.
I've played a lot of the Need For Speed series on PC starting with 1998's NFS 3: Hot Pursuit and 1999's NFS: High Stakes. Those two were playable split screen, and I even bought a 2nd Logitech wheel just so a friend & I could play against each other. I also played Porsche Unleashed and Most Wanted before switching to more realistic racings sims in the mid-aughts.
When Hot Pursuit (2010) was released, I HAD to purchase it. It included the car I had just purchased 6 months earlier, a 2010 Deep Water Blue Dodge Charger SRT8.
Here’s my car, in stock form, from the game.
What they got wrong is that in the game it’s described as a 2010, with the 2010 Deep Water Blue colour option, but the taillights are from the 2006-2008 model. Not "wrong", but another difference is the game version features the stock chrome SRT wheels rather than the rarer forged aluminum Alcoa SRT wheels that I specified when I ordered mine.
The funny thing about the taillights is that I prefer the smooth lenses of the 2006-2008s, and replaced my stock ones with painted & tinted 2008 units 7 or 8 years ago.
In driveway a year or two ago
If you look at the right-side taillight lens in-game above you can see the two clear bars for the reverse lights and the fact that the face of the lens is smooth.
Looking at this view below, it's a little harder to make out the detail, but there are molded twin circular recesses designed to invoke the 1968 Charger taillights, plus a much larger single clear section for the reverse lights.
In work (at the time) parking lot, stock.
And the painted & tinted 2008 taillights as currently installed.
At a Mopar meet 6 or 7 years ago
Start last . . .
. . . finish first.
I can’t wait to get the remastered release and play it again with its updated graphics on my current system.