It takes quite a stellar showing at every turn to win a race like those playable in Forza Motorsport 7, just as it does to extend one of the globe’s most stellar franchises to a seventh edition.
Turn 10 Studios unleashes Forza Motorsport 7 on October 3, with the latest offering giving longtime fans and newcomers alike more than 700 vehicles and 32 locations, with some classic locales from previous entries in the series making an appearance.
With contenders on the market like Project Cars 2 offering up worthwhile offerings, Turn 10 Studios hasn’t held back with what looks like its best edition in the series yet.
First, the car list. Windows Central has kept a running tally of all those confirmed thus far, though the current mark sits at about 500 out of the 700.
An extensive car list is not the only key to an immersive experience, though. One of the game’s top new features is what the developers have dubbed Dynamic Race Weather, which is exactly what it sounds like. For the first time in the series, weather patterns will alter conditions as an event unfolds.
Now, it seems like hyperbole to say no two races could feel the same. But given the circumstances, what with 700 cars, the most tracks in the game and dynamic weather, it isn’t such an outlandish statement the more one thinks about it.
The new features don’t stop there. A game with so much replayability needs options for players to extend its longevity. As Julian Benson and others at techradar confirmed, players will be able to play music straight from their OneDrive account: “Interestingly you’ll also be able to have your music play in-game from speakers based around the track if you’d rather not break the game’s immersion by having it play over the top of the experience.”
As for gameplay itself, this year is all about customization. Career mode is once again a different offering than the one from the last game. This year is more about freedom than a strict storyline. Players load up the game and compete for various titles while sparring with Drivatars from around the world.
source : bleacherreport