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Forza Mortorsport puts on muscle, but leaves the release date in the gutter

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Forza Mortorsport puts on muscle, but leaves the release date in the gutter

Since 2020 we’ve been hearing all sorts of things about Forza: Motorsport. The driving title refreshed the formula last year by showing some touches of a much more thug and transgressive tone (as were those ‘destruction derby’ moments seen at the Xbox & Bethesda Showcase last summer), and now it has returned in the Xbox Developer_Direct tonight to show us its final appearance.

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V8 engines, sports cars, sedans… there will be more than 500 cars at launch of the game. The lights and ray tracing have been taken care of to the millimeter thanks to the spectrophotometer with which each of the vehicles and surfaces have been scanned to introduce them into the game, so we can confirm that the initial ambitions with the title will be fulfilled. In addition to adding dynamic time loops and environmental conditions that can affect each turn, it aims to be the most realistic staging of the series to date.

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Two game modes, online and solo career mode focused on building and upgrading cars. There is no doubt that the project is ambitious, but tonight’s presentation has left an important question in the air: the release date. Again, the final message of the Forza: Motorsport segment notes how release window 2023.

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