Forza Motorsport is a racing simulation game developed by Turn 10 Studios and published by Microsoft.
It is the eighth mainline instalment in the Forza Motorsport series.
The old tire model has one contact point at 60 Hz, but the new model features eight contact points at 360 Hz for more realistic deformation.
During a recent Forza monthly stream, Forza Motorsport creative director Chris Esaki showcased some new gameplay for the upcoming racing sim.
Turn 10 Studios has offered extensive new details on its upcoming racing sim's career mode- here's what you should know about it.
Players will have limited access when playing offline, like in Free Play, but the career mode will require you to be always online.
A comprehensive new deep dive reveals details on the Builders Cup's core loop, its renewed focus on car building and customization, and more.
You can start playing on October 5th for $99.99 and get other benefits like the Car Pass, which contains 30 additional cars.
Stunning new gameplay footage has been revealed for Turn 10's upcoming racing sim, which is out in October.
The 2023 No. 01 Cadillac Racing V-Series.R and the 2024 Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray are the upcoming racing sim's cover cars.
The racing sim is set to launch for Xbox Series X/S and PC sometime this year, but doesn't yet have a concrete launch date.
Other features include One Touch Driving, colorblind modes, a Screen Narrator, controller remapping, text scaling, and difficulty options.
Microsoft and Turn 10 Studios have yet to announce a specific release date for the highly anticipated racing sim sequel.
Turn 10 Studios' upcoming racing sim continues to look impressive- here is everything new we've learned about it after its most recent showing.
The racing sim will feature over 100 cars new to the franchise, and five new environments, including Kyalami in South Africa.
Though previously confirmed to release sometime in Spring, journalist Jeff Grubb says the racing sim has been internally delayed.
The racing sim releases in 2023 for Xbox Series X/S and PC and features ten times the details, dynamic time of day and weather, and more.
Turn 10 Studios will be featuring the upcoming racing sim in a livestream tomorrow, shortly after it is showcased in the Xbox Developer_Direct.
"Our goal has been to be as transparent as possible on what dev teams/games to expect to see in the show," says Xbox's Aaron Greenberg.
The official German Xbox blog states that release dates for the three upcoming first party titles will be announced at the showcase later this month.
Expect to hear more about Redfall, Forza Motorsport, Minecraft Legends, The Elder Scrolls Online, and more.
The rumored event will also reportedly look at major titles that Microsoft is releasing this year and could be a recurring event.
Microsoft has confirmed it's raising the prices of its first party console titles, starting with 2023 releases like Forza Motorsport, Redfall, and Starfield.
"One thing we’ve definitely heard loud and clear is it’s been too long since we’ve shipped what people would say is a big first-party game," says Phil Spencer.
After spending some time in silent development, Turn 10 has announced a new feature for Forza Motorsport: corner mastery with social features and leaderboards.
Forza Motorsport's recent gameplay showing has promised a visual showcase the Xbox Series X/S next year.
Turn 10 Studios has revealed target frame rate and resolution for the racing sim on consoles. The game is also confirmed to support real-time ray tracing.
In the latest monthly update for Forza Motorsport, game director Chris Esaki clarified the implementation of ray-tracing in the game.
Here's what you should know about the next big step for Turn 10's racing sim series.
Turn 10 and Microsoft are calling the upcoming racing sim "the most technically advanced racing game ever", and it certainly seems to be living up to that billing.
Turn 10 Studios has finally debuted gameplay footage for its upcoming racing sim, and also revealed new details on it.
Azure Specialist Paul T. recently posted on LinkedIn about appearances from these four Xbox-exclusive titles at today's showcase.
Turn 10 Studios' long-awaited racing could get its first look on June 12th but may release far later than expected, as per insider Tom Henderson.
Journalist Jez Corden believes Forza Motorsport has already been played by some influencers, while a separate leak claims the racer will be cross-gen.
The latest Forza Monthly update video sees creative direct Chris Esaki talking about the game's updated suspension model.
Creative director Chris Esaki also confirms that the next game's official title is simply "Forza Motorsport", not Forza Motorsport 8.
The first batch of playtest invites has been sent out, Turn 10 confirms.
Some players can get to play an early version of the game.
The racing sim could be coming to Xbox One as well.
The racing sim is in early development at Turn 10 Studios.
Turn 10 describes it as "so vastly different and an amazing experience."
The studio wants the community more heavily involved in the development process this time.