From the new edition of Forza Monthly, some details, still vague but significant, have emerged about Forza Motorsport, the new chapter in the next generation of the Turn 10 racing simulator series, in development exclusively for the PC and Xbox Series X|S.
The development time is still quite long, because the team is building a completely new version of ForzaTech, the historic engine of the series, purpose-built to take advantage of the new hardware of the new generation of Microsoft consoles, so we still don’t know when Forza Motorsport will be released, whether in 2022 or even in 2023.
As summarized by insider Krobrille, but based on official information released by Turn 10 during the live streaming dedicated to the series, the multiplayer section of the Forza Motorsport will be wider and deeper, also including the entire race “weekends”, consisting of free practice, qualifying and real races.
This increased attention to multiplayer context will also be reflected in competitive races of other types, with improved support for racing from the Endurance type, which will receive more attention in the new chapter.
In addition, there is also a more accurate system of recording the times of each track, with a system that provides several partials for segments of the circuit in order to have a clearer idea of the evolution in the races and test laps, with more detailed information about the performance in the various sections.
As for the rest, we await more information about Forza Motorsport: we know that the first test invitations were sent out as early as last April but in extremely limited quantities, while Forza Motorsport 7 was withdrawn from the Microsoft Store on September 15th.