‘Forza Motorsport’ launches with 500 cars, stunning graphics

‘Forza Motorsport’ launches with 500 cars, stunning graphics

‘Forza Motorsport’ launches with 500 cars, stunning graphics

With “Forza Motorsport” announced last year for spring 2023, it’s about time we heard more about the game. And we finally have details on the racing simulator after Xbox and Bethesda’s video announcement. While more details have yet to be fleshed out, we finally have an idea of ​​how many cars and locations to look for, as well as some information about the upgrades developer Turn10 Studios has made.

The game will launch with a total of 500 cars, 100 of which have yet to be featured in a Forza Motorsport title. This probably includes some cars that never appeared Any Forza title before, but it could also feature some cars added to the Horizon series that never made it. The developers stress that more modern racing cars will be included, and customization will also be a big feature. Apparently there are “800 unique upgrades” to the cars on offer. And Turn10 didn’t provide the entire car list, but provided the cars shown so far and listed below.

  • 1971 AMC Javelin AMX

  • 1989 Aston Martin #18 Aston Martin AMR1

  • Aston Martin Vulcan 2016

  • 2014 Audi #2 Audi Team Joest R18 e-tron quattro

  • 2016 Audi #17 Rotek Racing TT RS

  • Audi R8 V10 plus 2016

  • 2018 Audi #44 R8 LMS GT3

  • Audi TT RS 2018

  • BMW M3 1991

  • BMW 2017 #24 BMW Team RLL M6 GTLM

  • BMW 2018 #1 BMW M Motorsport M8 GTE

  • 2019 Brabham BT62

  • Bugatti Chiron 2018

  • 1970 Buick GSX

  • 2021 Cadillac #31 Whelen Racing DPi-VR

  • 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Super Sport Coupe

  • 1969 Chevrolet Nova Super Sport 396

  • 1970 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

  • 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport 454

  • 2015 Chevrolet #10 Original Konica Minolta Corvette Daytona

  • Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE 2018

  • 2020 Chevrolet #3 Corvette Racing C8.R

  • 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Coupe

  • 1972 Chrysler VH Valiant Charger R/T E49

  • 1969 Dodge Charger R/T

  • 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T

  • 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon

  • 1965 Ford Mustang GT Coupe

  • 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 302

  • 1987 Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500

  • 2005 Ford GT

  • 2015 Ford #02 Chip Ganassi Racing Riley Mk XXVI Daytona Prototype

  • 2016 Ford #66 Ford Racing GT Le Mans

  • Ford GT 2017

  • 2019 Ginetta #6 Team LNT Ginetta G60-LT-P1

  • 2020 Hyundai #98 Bryan Herta Autosport Veloster N

  • 1983 Jaguar #44 Group 44 XJR-5

  • 1988 Jaguar #1 Jaguar Racing XJR-9

  • 1993 Jaguar XJ220

  • Jaguar XKR-S GT 2015

  • 1988 Lamborghini Countach LP5000 QV

  • 1997 Lamborghini Diablo SV

  • 2016 Lamborghini Centenario LP 770-4

  • Lamborghini Huracán EVO 2020

  • 1969 Lola #10 Simoniz Special T163

  • 1990 Mazda MX-5 Miata

  • 1991 Mazda #55 Mazda 787B

  • 2010 Mazda #16 Mazda Racing B09/86

  • 2014 Mazda #70 SpeedSource Lola B12/80

  • 1969 McLaren #4 McLaren Cars M8B

  • 2013 McLaren P1

  • 2018 McLaren Senna

  • 1989 Mercedes-Benz #63 Sauber-Mercedes C 9

  • 1990 Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.5-16 Evolution II

  • Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG 2011

  • 1970 Mercury Cougar Eliminator

  • 1985 Nissan #83 GTP ZX-Turbo

  • 1991 Nissan #23 Nissan R91CP

  • 2015 Nissan #23 GT-R LM NISMO

  • 2019 Nissan 370Z Nismo

  • 2020 Nissan GT-R NISMO (R35)

  • 1969 Oldsmobile Hurst/Olds 442

  • 2017 Oreca #38 Jackie Chan DC Racing Oreca 07

  • 1984 Peugeot 205 Turbo 16

  • 1993 Peugeot #3 Peugeot Talbot Sport 905 EVO 1C

  • 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge

  • 1973 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am SD-455

  • 1970 Porsche #3 917 LH

  • 1983 Porsche #11 John Fitzpatrick Racing 956

  • 1987 Porsche #17 Porsche AG 962C

  • Porsche 918 Spyder 2014

  • 2017 Porsche #2 Porsche Team 919 Hybrid

  • 2017 Porsche #92 Porsche GT Team 911 RSR

  • Porsche 911 GT2 RS 2018

  • 2019 Porsche #70 Porsche Motorsport 935

  • Porsche 911 GT3 RS 2019

  • Porsche 911 GT3 2021

  • 2021 Porsche Mission R

  • 2015 Radical RXC Turbo

  • 2004 Saleen S7

  • 2014 Toyota #8 Toyota Racing TS040 HYBRID

As for the courses, the number of track layouts was not given, but there will be 20 locations, some of which will certainly have multiple course configurations. Five of the locations are new to the series, including the Kyalami racetrack in South Africa.

Turn10 noted that nearly every aspect of the game has been upgraded, including the physics system, sound effects, graphics, and even the dirt and damage systems. In Turn10’s words: “We simulate paint thickness, chipping and damage directionality, while layering dirt to realistically accumulate in low-pressure areas such as recesses and alcoves”

Real-time weather and time of day are displayed and each track is affected by different temperatures, humidity and rubber build-up. Clouds are also procedurally generated. All this is impressive, although it also appears in “Gran Turismo 7”.

Forza will have a leg up on Gran Turismo with real-time graphics. It will be able to run in 4K resolution with ray tracing enabled during matches, all at 60 frames per second. In “Gran Turismo 7” ray tracing is limited to replays, photo modes and menus, and the frame rate only reaches 30 frames per second. Everything looks pretty spectacular in the video at the top, although some of the car models still look old from a few games ago, which hurts the look.

“Forza Motorsport” was originally slated for spring 2023. Turn10 didn’t give a more specific date, and the trailer conspicuously omits “spring” from the estimated release date. So it’s likely to come out a little later. It will be released on the Xbox series of consoles and for PCs running Windows 10 or 11.

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