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- Attention, gamers: Release date for new Forza Motorsport is October 10, with the chance to pre-order the special edition and get five days of early access before launch.
- Forza Motorsport available for Xbox Series S, Series X and PC. The game is also included as part of the Xbox Game Pass subscription service.
- This latest iteration Force will launch with more than 500 cars, 20 tracks, and a rich new physics and graphics system that enables gameplay at 4K resolution at 60 frames per second on Xbox Series X and PCs with compatible hardware.
The 100th Le Mans, the new Detroit Grand Prix city circuit, and the upcoming Formula 1 race on the Las Vegas Strip have all contributed to a very exciting year for motorsports spectators—and the all-new Turn 10 Studio Forza Motorsport promised to keep the party going. Tucked into the two-hour Xbox Game Showcase is this Forza Motorsport official trailer highlighting new cars, tracks, and Sony’s highly anticipated next-gen answer to Gran Turismo 7.
Pre-orders are open now, but the new one Forza Motorsport has been confirmed as included in Xbox Game Pass when it launches on October 10.
Here’s what we know so far: Forza Motorsport brought more than 500 cars with him on launch day. There are 20 songs that each have multiple arrangements, and five of those tracks are new to the series. Each track in the game will have a different time of day range and weather environment options, with the ability for the track surface to collect rubber and varying levels of grip depending on the surface temperature. Some of our own favorites, like the Virginia International Circuit and the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, make their return in more detail than ever before.
More Powertrain Changes, More Challenges
Part of ForceA longstanding attraction is the ability to switch powertrains and drivetrains to create some wild automotive cocktails. That’s back, and so are 800 other performance upgrades for its vehicle compartment to challenge the imagination. The single-player campaign mode, Builders Cup Career mode and online multiplayer all return to the stage this year, each with its own challenges and progression systems designed to keep you in the driver’s seat. Round 10 says the AI has been overhauled to add smarter and more competitive difficulty levels, and if that’s not enough for you, they’ve thrown tire and fuel strategy into the mix.
Force fans can pre-order to get early access Forza Motorsportfrom October 5, and play on either Xbox Series X, Series S or PC. PC gamers who prefer Steam to the Xbox store can list the new one Force to be notified when available for pre-order on that platform.
There are also multiple special editions that have come with their own benefits at an additional cost. The Premium Edition ($99) brings five days of early access, a Race Day Car Pack, a Car Pass (one new car is given every week for 30 weeks), VIP membership and a welcome pack. The Deluxe Edition ($89) gets everything included in the Premium Edition, less early access.
The Standard Edition ($69) is the cheapest way to buy new Forza Motorsportbut if you’re already subscribed to Xbox Game Pass, you’ll be able to play on launch day.
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Yes, he’s still working on the 1986 Nissan 300ZX Turbo project car he started in high school, and no, it’s not for sale yet. Austin Irwin was born and raised in Michigan, and, despite getting shellacked by a hockey puck during a not-so-successful goaltending career through high school and college, still has all his teeth. He loves cars from the 1980s and Bleu, his Great Pyrenees, and is an active member of the Buffalo Wild Wings community. When Austin isn’t working on his own cars, he might be on the side of the highway helping others fix their cars.