Throughout the most recent episode of Inside Xbox, Turn 10 Studios’ Brian Ekberg introduced several new and refined features which will be included at Forza Motorsport 7.
The game is getting a new race regulations programs, such as a tool that allows players see a few entirely revised and “hand-painted” track limitations. An “experimental” drag racing method will also be introduced. It will be single player only in the beginning to check it before Turn 10 determines everything to do with it.
Time Attack will also go back on all monitors and section of monitors, and quite a few goodies are coming for drifters also.
What about people that don’t care about very technical types of racing? They’re getting free cars and much more information about people will be announced down the line.
You may have a look at the new features in the movie below.
Forza Motorsport 7 is currently available for Xbox One and Windows 10. In case you don’t possess a copy, and the new attributes entice you, you can catch you to Amazon.
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