At Microsoft’s E3 press conference, Turn 10 announced Forza Motorsport 7.
New hardware is always best showcased with racing games and Forza 7 delivers on its promise of native 4k running at 60 fps. Forza Motorsport boats the largest roster of cars in history with nearly 800 vehicles available in the game in incredible details along with everyone’s favourite Forza Vista mode.
The most exciting part however was the dynamic weather that was showcased, something that is expected to help Forza really establish itself at the top of the racing genre. Forza has always had amazing driving mechanics but now not only does the rain affect how you drive, the water and puddles on the track form dynamically and react to your driving as well so technically no two rain races will be exactly the same, pretty neat if you ask me.
Forza Motorsport 7 will launch on Xbox One and Windows 10 on October 3, 2017.