Nissan's Twitter Thought Video Game Screenshots Were Real Cars

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For all its problems, the developers behind Driveclub on the PS4 can at least be proud of how good the game’s screenshots look.

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This Twitter exchange took place last week, and to be fair to the Nissan rep, at the small resolutions available on Twitter it must be hard to tell the difference, especially when the game’s looking pretty sharp these days.

(thanks Travis!)

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Not surprising to be honest. They have clearly passed a point where car pictures in racing game photography mode (where you don’t worry about the game engine running and have the game engine devoted wholly to taking still photos), the detail and sharpness can fool almost anyone, even those who work with cars.

Automobile and soon, sports games will reach that scary zone where it’ll become hard to tell whether it’s real life or not.