Beautiful New Gameplay Demonstrated by Forza Motorsport Spring 2023 Release No Longer a Lock

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Microsoft has been very secretive about sharing fresh Forza Motorsport information since announcing the game back in 2020. So, today at the first Xbox and Bethesda Developer Direct, we got a brand-new look at the new racer from Turn 10 Studios.

The game’s impressive ray-tracing, which captures the minute variations in various paint types, is demonstrated in a new development video. Additionally, Turn 10 promises ray-traced 4K/60fps gameplay, over 500 cars at launch, 20 racing environments, including 5 brand-new ones like the Kyalami Grand Prix in South Africa, and over 500 cars overall.

Here are some of the brand-new details Turn 10 dropped today regarding Forza Motorsports’ vehicles, tracks, and technology. “At launch, Forza Motorsport will include over 500 real-world vehicles that you can collect, race, and modify using more than 800 exclusive upgrades and bespoke alterations.

Additionally, we’re bringing the most advanced race cars we’ve ever had on our roster ” The first 20 environments in Forza Motorsport will have different track configurations for players to learn. You can race on five completely new to Motorsport tracks, including Kyalami, our first in South Africa, in addition to fan favorites. Sometime in 2023, Forza Motorsport will be available on PC and Xbox Series X/S.

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