There are about 3 weeks left until the release of Forza Motorsport, and already from the first previews you can see that the game will definitely appeal to fans of racing simulators. Turn 10 studio decided to abandon the number in the title of the game, since it considers the new part to be a full-fledged start from scratch for the franchise. In an interview with IGN, Turn 10 representatives said that the new Forza Motorsport is more than just a new part of the racing series.
According to Turn 10 representatives, the idea is to develop Forza Motorsport after release for a long time, much longer than any other games in the series. The developers note that Forza Motorsport is not a service game, but a full-fledged release for $69 .99, and there are currently no plans to have battle passes or anything like that in the game. But the developers plan to develop a large-scale platform based on the AAA release that can be supported for years, and this was initially included in the development design. The interview emphasizes that the developers’ goal is to gather the maximum number of fans of racing simulators around the game. They do not plan to “split the community” by offering separate paid tracks or modes. According to them, “for the foreseeable future” all new maps for the game will be free. The studio plans to release 1 new track every month for at least 12 months. Already in November, Forza Motorsport will add the Yas Marina track (Abu- Dabi), the next map will be available in December – it has not yet been revealed. To ensure continued support for Forza Motorsport, the developers have changed their approach to licensing. As you know, Forza Motorsport 7 is no longer sold due to expired licenses, like previous games in the series. Turn 10 says this shouldn’t happen with the new Forza Motorsport.
Let us remind you that Forza Motorsport will be released on October 10 on Xbox Series X | S and PC, plus straight to Game Pass. With a subscription, the game can already be pre-loaded.