During its Xbox E3 2017 presentation today, Microsoft confirmed what we already knew: Forza 7 is coming.
Forza Motorsport 7 runs at native 4K and 60fps, and this capability was shown in the gameplay stage demonstration
Along with a trailer, the firm reiterated its six-year deal with Porsche. It even brought an actual 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS on the stage. Sexy. A look at the super sports car was shown racing in Dubai during the Xbox One X demo.
Turn 10 Studios said this will be the most realistic, technically advanced racing game “ever created.”
The HDR supported title features race conditions that change every time the player hits the track.
Here’s a list of features
- The best-looking, most realistic game we’ve ever created – Forza Motorsport 7 was built from the ground up for Project Scorpio to be an immersive true 4K and 60fps experience. Plus, with HDR and race conditions that change each time you return to the track, Forza Motorsport 7 was crafted as a visual masterpiece.
- The ultimate automotive playset – Forza Motorsport 7 features more than 700 ForzaVista cars to collect, race and customize and 30 racing environments with more than 200 ribbons. Plus, Forza Motorsport 7 offers more Porsche models than any racing game and an unparalleled portfolio of car manufacturers, including every premium brand. And for the first time in Forza’s history, players can personalize their appearance with a massive race gear collection that includes hundreds of options spanning decades of race history and pop culture.
- Everyone can play, compete and watch – Forza Motorsport 7 continues in the footsteps of previous games by providing unprecedented tuning, new Assists and Mods to suit players of all skill levels. And thanks to the Forza Racing Championship esports league, enhanced spectating modes and Mixer integration, everyone can compete.
Microsoft said the Forza franchise has over 4.8 million active users per month, making it one of the “largest racing communities in the world.”
The racer will be made available on Xbox One and Windows 10. It’s out on October 3.