Eric Yui is a political science student at UC Berkeley University in the United States. But he is above all a photographer and a passionate gamer who does not lack imagination and talent. To overcome the drawbacks of confinement and be able to indulge in three of his passions while staying at home, Eric took it into his head to reproduce a copy of the famous EVO Magazine, a British monthly magazine devoted to the automobile, more particularly to sports or prestigious cars. You will see that the result is simply amazing!
When Forza Horizon 4 becomes a contemplative game
To carry out this project, the student started with a real 78-page issue of the EVO magazine. He then took pictures of many cars directly in Forza Horizon 4 before loading them and replacing the original pictures with those in the game. Initially, the idea was to replace only the advertising images. But in the end, the whole magazine was reproduced.
The editorial line is perfectly respected with several proposed subjects: Guide, test, analyzes, the young American student took about a month to compile everything, adjust and format his review. We can objectively say that the result is stunning and shows how grand the video game can be.
As a reminder, Forza Horizon 4 is the latest installment of the open world racing license. The game was released in 2018 on Xbox One and it has a free next-gen update to be optimized on the latest Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. All of which makes the game even more beautiful and impressive. The Lemon Press team has also ranked the game among the best experiences on Xbox One between 2013 and 2020.
Shared on social networks at the end of 2020, the fake review ofEric yui begins to go around the world. If you want to discover the 78 pages of the journal, go to the following link (be careful, it is necessarily in English). You will have the opportunity to discover (or rediscover) all the beauty of Forza Horizon 4 and the Scottish landscapes.