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Ford Racing Off Road
Game Description:Ford Racing Off Road takes the multi-million selling Ford franchise away from the tracks and urban streets of its predecessors to rugged and tough terrain for the very first time. Ford Racing Off Road also marks the introduction of the prestigious Land Rover brand, which, like Ford, has a long heritage of producing pioneering off road vehicles. Players can now race some of the world's toughest off road trucks, 4x4's and SUVs through detailed environments, stunning scenery, and wide, sweeping tracks designed for high-speed racing. Features like realtime, on-the-go vehicle damage repair, faster acceleration than any previous Ford game, and alternative routes create a plethora of new and exclusive opportunities to test players driving prowess at high speeds.
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