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Take Fallout 4's Chryslus Rocket 69 for a spin in Forza Motorsport 6

The car that was a jewel in the automotive world's crown before the bombs dropped in Fallout 4 has zoomed into Forza Motorsport 6's virtual garage.

If Fallout 4 represented your first time navigating the barren wasteland of a world decimated by nuclear warfare, you might have experienced this embarrassing moment: the land is littered with abandoned cars, and if you didn't know walking was your only option, you may have tried to get in one of them.

Just be thankful it didn't happen in a game with a multiplayer option where 6-year-olds could call out your ignorance using foul language usually reserved for longshoremen on leave.

Xbox One's auto racing simulator Forza Motorsport 6 will finally give you the chance to drive the most popular car in Fallout 4 -- originally called the Cherry Bomb but renamed for Forza -- when the pre-apocalyptic world had driveable cars. Forza developer Turn 10 Studios took to YouTube on Thursday to announce that it's releasing new, free downloadable content that adds the sleek Chryslus Rocket 69 to your fleet of high-performance vehicles in Forza Motorsport 6.

The code for the new car will be sent to Xbox Live members who played either Forza Motorsport 6 or Fallout 4 on Xbox Live or who purchase either game between now and April 30. The video's description says it could take up to seven days to deliver the codes.