Microsoft has finally unveiled the next generation of Forza Motorsport games. The last release in the iconic Xbox racing series was in 2017 when Forza Motorsport 7 hit the shelves. Since then, we have had two quality releases from the Playground Games and Turn 10 Studios. Fans have been waiting for a sequel to the now-aging Forza Motorsport garage for a long time. But, the wait is now over.
Forza Motorsport: All Details Unveiled
The next entry in the series will be called “Forza Motorsport”. The title makes the upcoming game sound almost like a reboot of the long-running racing series. Microsoft unveiled a bunch of information on the upcoming racing title this Sunday in the Xbox and Bethesda Showcase. The game will be launched on Xbox Series X|S consoles and PC in spring 2023. Microsoft has given a big release window for the title. However, the company has confirmed that the game will be added to the Xbox Game Pass subscription on day one.
The announcement was accompanied by a breakdown of the Maple Valley circuit by two officials. These included Dan Greenawalt, Forza franchise Creative Director, and Chris Esaki, Creative Director at Turn 10 Studios. According to the officials, the upcoming game will come with a completely revamped version of the circuit that has been prominent from the first Forza Motorsport game. The new game also comes with dynamic times of day and weather. Turn 10 is also introducing ray tracing into the game to give the visuals a big overhaul.
Coming to gameplay, Forza announced that the upcoming title is coming with a massive 48 times in physics and simulation accuracy. Every single particle and dent formed in cars will be accurately formed thanks to the new engine being used to build the game.
Forza also released a gameplay demo showcasing the mechanics and gameplay of the upcoming game. The gameplay video shows how detailed the racing tracks of the upcoming title will be. Turn 10 has designed the world down to its finest detail. This includes every crack in the track and every fissure in the rocks lying nearby. They also showcased the entire demo in a single camera, meaning the entire shot had no pre-rendered scenes and everything was running in real-time without any cuts.
Forza Motorsport is coming to Xbox Series X|S consoles and PC in Spring 2023.