The latest entry to car racing celebration – Forza Motorsport – is revving for arrival on October 3 2017, with a launch trailer and demo released for the Xbox One and Windows PC game.
As one of several motor racing games set to roll out this fall, Forza Motorsport 7 has a thundering launch trailer and a free demo available to players on Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs.
It’s releasing October 3 with early access from September 29 an incentive to pre-order an Ultimate Edition ahead of launch day.
Debuting in 2005 as an Xbox-exclusive competitor to PlayStation’s then-supreme Gran Turismo franchise, since 2011 the circuit-based Forza Motorsport has alternated with open world spin-off Forza Horizon.
Several innovations from 2016’s “Forza Horizon 3” are now finding their way back into Forza Motorsport 7.
Notable among them are cross-platform multiplayer between Xbox One and Windows 10 editions, and changing weather conditions during races.
A free downloadable demo gives prospective players a taste of what’s to come.
The Porsche 911 GT2 RS is used to showcase the game’s Dubai and Jebel Hafeet Pass tracks, a Mercedes-Benz Tankpool racing truck is matched with Italy’s high-speed Mugello circuit, and the Nissan NISMO GT-R LM is paired with the Nüburgring’s notoriously challenging GP track.
Perhaps not coincidentally, the Forza 7 demo arrives mere days ahead of September 22’s multi-platform PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC release Project CARS 2 which has benefited from two years of community feedback and a solid selection of reviews published at the head of the week.
Sandwiched in between the two is focused road rallying license WRC 7 on September 29, and then Gran Turismo Sport represents a first PlayStation 4 franchise entry from October 3. November’s Need for Speed: Paybac” references the Fast & Furious movies even more heavily than Forza Horizon 3 might have done. – AFP Relaxnews