PC, Xbox One

Throughout the most recent installment of Inside Xbox, Switch 10 Studios’ Brian Ekberg introduced several new and elegant features that will be contained at Forza Motorsport 7.

The game is becoming a brand new race regulations systems, including a tool that allows players see some fully revised and “hand-painted” monitor limitations. An “experimental” drag racing system will also be introduced. It’ll be single player just at the start to try it out, before Flip 10 decides exactly what to do with it.

Time Attack may also return on all monitors and part of tracks, and many goodies are coming for drifters also.

What about those who don’t care for very specialized kinds of racing? They’re obtaining more free cars and much more information about these will be announced down the line.

You are able to have a look at the newest features in the video below.

Forza Motorsport 7 is currently available for Xbox One and Windows 10. In case you would like’t have a copy, and the newest features entice you, then you may grab one on Amazon.

Any and all support helps maintain DualShockers as a standalone, independent platform for less-mainstream opinions and news coverage.

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