Forza Motorsport 5 will include the Silverstone track, which has been part of the series since it’s Xbox debut. In this iteration though, it will contain the configuration of the circuit introduced in 2010. The configuration wasn’t present in Forza Motorsport 4, but this time out, Forza 5 will use the new loop and thanks to Turn 10’s new capture techniques, Silverstone and all tracks will be more accurate. This means divots, weeds, you name it can be replicated. On top of this, there will be a digital Stig setting laps for you to beat, thanks to the Top Gear partnership being extended. Forza 5 is an Xbox One launch title for November. Thanks, Eurogamer.
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