It all depends if it cost and if so how much? They are all concept cars so not actual production models which would make it less costly? Companies are afraid people will smash their cars and it might hurt their image. Only reason it might cost something. But on the other hand its a advertisement.Having real world licenses is a terrible idea. It would cost lots of money and would not bring anything new or better to the game. Not to mention it would also limit the creativity. The cars in game can and will look very similar to the real world ones, but they will not have same name and they will be different enough not to cause license issues. And that's good enough for me.
That car weirdly looks awesome
ok............i want all of them!Siigh.. From Wisdom's Datafortress 2020. http://datafortress2020.oliwy.net/ultrachrome/civveh.html
View attachment 605 Brennan 'Ares' Combat Bike
View attachment 606 BMW 9018s
View attachment 607 BMW/McDonnell-Douglas V-7 Personal Aerodyne
View attachment 608 Lockheed Nimbus Stealth Warfare
View attachment 609 The Dreaded Punknaught
and many, many, many more.
But... but.... but.... Delorean DMC-12! I know it's not in the original CP2020 but it deserves an honorable place..
Are you sure that what you are speaking is really English? I mean, would it kill you to use some punctuation marks?having vehicles would awesome but drivables and costumazible but what about damage and repair should that be in or left out that would imply some kind of skill and resource for it
I don't know what you are talking about, kind sir.. Now, move along.. (My English is not that bad, is it? I mean, come on, read this a few times: "having vehicles would awesome but drivables and costumazible but what about damage and repair")^You forgot a comma after, "I mean" and you left out the conjunction, "that".
To be precise, "Are you sure that what you are speaking is really English? I mean, would it kill you to use some punctuation marks?"
We can go round and round, but I find it better to just let others, ah, "improvise" their English. Unless, of course, I'm getting paid to fix it for them.