Forza Motorsport promises a deeper and more realistic multiplayer than ever

Forza Motorsport promises a deeper and more realistic multiplayer than ever
Forza Motorsport promises a deeper and more realistic multiplayer than ever

While Forza Horizon 5 (with Mexican sauce) is expected in November, its more “realistic” counterpart is still desired. Announced in July 2020, Forza Motorsport has since been very discreet and has left the field open to motorized entertainment developed by Playground Games. Well until today …

In the last episode of Forza Monthly, Turn 10 apparently felt it was time to share some tidbits of information about their production. The creative director, Chris Esaki, particularly insisted on the multiplayer, much more refined and deep than before. According to him, the studio wanted to go further than the usual system of fast races, with richer content, in particular to satisfy the community.

It is also following feedback from players that many events have been added for which you will be able to qualify. Free practice will also help you to become a better driver, thanks to a new mechanism which will indicate precisely the points on which you can still improve. Finally, Turn 10 will focus on endurance races; Forza Motorsport has greatly improved the wear of components and tires, which makes the handling of the car more realistic than in the past we are told …

Forza Horizon 5 will therefore launch on PC and Xbox consoles on November 9 (included in Xbox Game Pass), while the release date of Forza Motorsport remains unknown.

 
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