Turn 10 Studies showed up in the recent Developer_Direct display detailing what Forza Motorsport could offer fans. It promised to take a generational leap in fidelity, immersion and realism. It’s coming to Xbox Series X/S, PC, and Cloud later this year.
According to the studio, the game is the most technically advanced and authentic racing game the team has ever created. It has been developed to take full advantage of the Xbox Series X/S consoles, so expect great things from this next installment in the Forza series.
Forza Motorsport includes many cars
Forza Motorsport will have over 500 real world cars at launch for players to unlock, collect, race and customize using over 800 unique upgrades and custom modifications. The developers promise to offer the most modern racing cars in this game.
The look of the cars has also been improved with the use of the spectrophotometer, which captures multiple data points of the behavior of light on a surface. This allows developers to put a more realistic light response across all colors, metal flakes, and brightness levels. Cars now have context, conscious damage, and dirt construction that is authentic and unique to each vehicle.
New tracks and locations to check out
The tracks have been improved and there are new locations to visit. The game will start with 20 environments with multiple track layouts for players to master. There are five new locations, including the first in South Africa, Kyalami.
Forza Motorsport will have a dynamic time of day with the weather, including track temperatures, wet driving surfaces, and the rubber of each track.
Amplified audio to a whole new level
The developers have also teamed up with Windows Sonic and Dolby Atmos to create a more immersive audio composition for this game. Each audio system will be rebuilt to create an immersive soundscape and deliver a new level of sonic depth.
Forza Motorsport launches later this year.