Starting today, you will be able to enjoy a new experience within the Waze mobility application which will allow you to drive on the streets assisted by the ECTO-1 unit, the famous car of the franchise of The Ghostbusters, thanks to a new alliance.
For the premiere of “Ghostbusters: Beyond“Sony Pictures generated a special collaboration, in which in addition to changing the car, the application will also show the closest cinemas with a screening of the film, which opens next Thursday, November 18.
What do we know about the new Ghostbusters movie?
To almost 37 years since the launch From the first Ghostbusters movie, in which four unemployed investigators create a company in New York dedicated to cleaning ghosts, a new installment will arrive in 2021 that will bring back the original protagonists.
For now, it is known that it will be a direct sequel to ‘Ghostbusters 2’ and that its story revolves around Callie, a single mother who lives in Chicago accompanied by her two children, who after inheriting a farm decides to move and begins there to experience a series of paranormal phenomena.
This time the direction will be in charge of Jason Reitman, son of the director responsible for the first two films. Additionally, the film will feature the original cast headed by Carrie Coon, Finn Wolfhard, McKenna Grace, Paul Rudd, Sigourney Weaver, Bill murray, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Annie Potts, and Logan Kim.
How to get the Ghostbusters theme?
To access this new content, just enter the Waze app, select the option “My Waze“Then you must click on the configuration icon, which is located in the upper left corner with a gear icon.
Once inside, just click on the “Map display” section and then select the “Vehicle icon” option. Here you will find a list of available units, along with the Ecto-1, same that you must select to start driving.
The Ecto-1 will be available until November 25, so if you are a fan, do not miss the opportunity to get on board, before it disappears.
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