Forza Motorsport: How to Play early, release date, gameplay, latest news & more!
With the latest Forza game just around the corner, take a look at what we know so far!
With 2021 now well under way, many Forza fans are getting restless about the next iteration in the series, Forza Motorsport.
The game will the 8th in the series, and promises to be a truly incredible next-gen experience.
However, what do we know so far? Let’s take a look!
Latest news – Playtesting confirmed
The latest exciting news for fans of Forza is that playtesting has been confirmed.
That’s right, whilst it will initially be closed, it seem that parts of the game are ready for the community to play already.
If you want to get hands-on with the game early, you can apply to do so HERE.
Gran Turismo 7 delayed
Whilst it may not sound overly relevant, Gran Turismo 7 is now delayed until 2022.
Unfortunately for Forza fans, it is still possible that Turn 10 will hit us with similar news.
However, our fingers remain firmly crossed for a 2021 release of Forza Motorsport.
Unfortunately for now, very little is known about the release date.
Whilst these titles often release with the launch of a new console, that didn’t happen in 2020!
As such, we expect to see Forza Motorsport in mid-late 2021.
This is somewhat surprising, but given the chaos of 2020 and difficulties across the industry it isn’t a bad thing. Better to get a complete game at launch then a buggy mess!
When Turn 10 announced the game in late July, the game was still in ‘early development’.
Now, nearly three months later, we hope the game has come on leaps and bounds.
However, we still don’t have any official gameplay footage.
The announcement trailer was shot in the game’s engine, so we can expect similar visuals. However, this doesn’t quiet equate to actual gameplay footage.
In fact, the announcement of the game boasts 4k 60fps and ray tracing capabilites.
Xbox Series X
The next-gen console is a game changer… Literally.
With significantly improved visuals, the game will be stunning on the new console.
Alongside these brand new visuals, boot times will be slashed, letting you get back in the action faster than ever before.
The rumours circulating currently seem to suggest a less is more approach.
This time, the game will launch with fewer cars.
However, we more than expect Turn 10 to have done a great job perfecting each and every one of them.
This means that the developers, Turn 10, can focus on perfecting the feel of each and every vehicle.