twofifteenmccann Invites You to ‘Leave Your Limits’ for Forza Horizon 2

By Erik Oster Comment

twofifteenmccann has released a live action trailer for Xbox One open-world racing game Forza Horizon 2.

Like a lot of live action trailers for games, the 90-second spot attempts to capture the feeling and excitement of the title in a live action format that captures viewers attention. “Leave Your Limits” opens with a nostalgic look at an electric slot car track. When one of the cars breaks through a wall rather than sticking to the track, the film shifts focus to cars speeding down a highway. The remainder of the spot uses racing footage of cars both on and off road, emphasizing the aspect that makes the game unique, the freedom its open world affords players.

“Leave Your Limits” finds a playful way to promote the game which should have fans ready for the September 30th launch while also piquing the curiosity of casual viewers. Appropriately enough, the spot is set to the song “Prisencolinensinainciusol” by Adriano Celentano, which is sung entirely in gibberish.

Credits:

Agency: twofifteenmccann

Chief Creative Officer: Scott Duchon

Art Director: Steve Couture

Copywriter: Mat Bunnell

Director of Integrated Production: Alex Spahr

Senior Producer: Jake Grand

Assistant Producer: Sarah Sweeney

Business Director: Peter Goldstein

Account Management Supervisor: Nathan Shamban

Account Executive: Niko DeMordaunt

Assistant Account Manager: Sam Brody

Business Affairs: MaryBeth Barney

 

Production Company: Smuggler

Director: Adam Berg

Line Producer: Ben Crocker Partner/Founder: Brian Carmody

Chief Operating Officer/Executive Producer: Lisa Rich

Executive Producer: Shannon Jones

 

Editorial: Trim Editorial

Editor: Paul Hardcastle

Assistant Editor: Zack Winick

Producer: Marie Mangahas

Executive Producer: Yvette Cobarrubias

 

 

VFX: MPC LA

Executive Producer: Elexis Stearn

Deputy Head of Production: Mike Wigart

VFX Supervisor: Benoit Mannequin

Grade: MPC LA

Colorist: Mark Gethin

 

Audio Mix: Lime Studios

Engineer: Rohan Young

Assistant Engineer: Jeff Malen

 

Sound Design: Brian Emrich

 

Music Track: “Prisencolinensinainciusol” by Adriano Celentano

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