The latest updates for "Final Fantasy XV" will feature the game's main vehicle, the Regalia added in "Forza Horizon 3" in their new trailer.

Driving the Regalia in 'Forza Horizon 3'

It was during the ChinaJoy 2017 event that Microsoft streamed a new trailer for "Forza Horizon 3" featuring "Final Fantasy XV's" Regalia as one of its brand new cars. The Regalia is the main source of transportation for Noctis and his friends when exploring the world of Eos on the open road.

The car will sport the same convertible features in "Final Fantasy XV" with a 7.2 liter supercharged V12 and a maximum of 536 horsepower.

Gaming fans will be able to download the Regalia in "Forza Horizon 3" for free on Aug. 1, only if they have both video game titles installed. The code for the car will be sent through either in the third game or Xbox Live messaging systems.

So far, the game developers did not state if the Regalia will be available at a later date as DLC, but given the fact that the Warthog in the "Halo" game series was revived again through special events, gaming fans will likely see the "FFXV" car in a special event from the game soon.

"Forza Horizon 3" is currently available on the Xbox One and the PC platforms.

More DLC in the works soon

Square Enix revealed and released a ton of new updates for "Final Fantasy XV" this year, starting with Episode Gladiolus, improvements on chapter 13, Episode Prompto and the Regalia Type-D off-road feature.

The Japanese game developers announced the new VR story for "Final Fantasy XV" at E3 2017 titled "Monster of the Deep." It features players fishing dangerous game throughout Eos using different fishing rods and baits.

A teaser trailer for Episode Ignis was revealed during Episode Prompto's launch week, as players saw the titular character being captured by Niflheim soldiers with the game's main antagonist, Ardyn Inzunia looking at him with glee.

The new episode will launch in December and it is said to be more tactical than the previous DLC episodes.

Lastly, Square Enix recently revealed details on the sequel's multiplayer expansion, as gamers can create their own characters joining Noctis and the gang in several quests.The three players will control their own character, while the fourth member will be playing the role of Noctis in the closed beta version.

The full version will let players use Prompto, Ignis, and Gladiolus during the session. Players can customize the appearance of their created characters, equip them with weapons and be doing quests together.

The closed beta version will launch on Aug. 3-8 and Square Enix will use the data and feedback for more improvements. "Final Fantasy XV" is currently available for the PS4 and Xbox One consoles