There are many methods of travel in video games but how many can you name? This comprehensive visualization from Partsgeek.com lays out 50 of the most iconic video game vehicles throughout history. Vehicles that fly, roll, walk, travel underwater, and even breathe (the horse from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Some video game vehicles are even cars in real life like a few from Grand Theft Auto, Need for Speed, and Outrun.
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The most gas efficient yet slowest way to travel on this list would be the simple bicycle from Pokémon Universe with an average speed of 10 mph. The quickest way to travel would have to be at the speed of light in the Stinger Mantis spaceship from the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order game. The largest method of travel in this fleet of iconic video game vehicles comes in at a whopping 18,682 feet and is 907,000,000 metric tons. The UNSC Infinity can be found in the Halo series.
Depending on how you want to travel you should choose your video game vehicle wisely. If you are in a desert environment you may want to hop onto a Shoopuf from Final Fantasy X and X2 to get you over the dunes. Or maybe hop into an exoskeleton like the Atlas from Titanfall which can travel at 26′ per second. If you are in a water environment you may want to hop into the Prawn Suit from Subnautica which can travel to depths of up to 400 meters below sea level. Of course, if you are just cruising the streets I would go for speed and style in the G-6155 Interceptor from Spy Hunter which can travel at an astonishing 260 mph when boosted.