We got a brief look at Forza Motorsport recently and it generated quite a bit of hype.
Now it looks like we’ll be seeing more of the game, and much more often!
Let’s go over all the details.
That’s right, a confirmed Monthly show will be going ahead from Monday 27 July.
First Forza Monthly Stream
The first Forza Monthly stream premiered on Twitch, and included some major insights on future inclusions for FH4, and some background for Forza Motorsport.
Let’s go over everything we saw!
The first show covered plenty of big news – including some major announcements for Forza Horizon 4, and some looks at Forza Motorsport.
FH 4 News
Three new Australian cars are making their way into Forza Horizon 4.
These come after big fan demand, and while they aren’t the most common in Britain, they’re an exciting addition that bring plenty of flair to the tracks.
Showcase Event Remixes
A few different Showcase Remixes are making their way into FH4, largely inspired from FH3.
This includes a return to driving the stunning lamborghini (pictured above), and a race where you’ll drive the 2016 Chevy Camaro against the Flying Scotsman.
FH4 Welcome Pack
The FH4 Welcome Pack is a new addition to the game that will help along newer players to get into Forza action. The pack includes 8 new cars, all tuned for drivability to help along less experienced players.
You’ll get the FH4 Welcome Pack for free with the Deluxe Edition, or by purchasing the Ultimate Edition Addons bundle.
Forza Motorsport Insights
The first Forza Montholy stream didn’t reveal much in way of new information for Forza Motorsport.
We got some insight into the development of Ray Tracing and how important it will be for gameplay immersion.
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The stream also went into Forza Motorsport being developed for next-gen consoles, meaning it won’t just be playable via forward compatibility, but rather will take full advantage of the powerhouse Xbox Series X console.
That means Forza Motorsport will bring many first in the series developments across graphical quality, and some incredibly fast loading speeds.
Leon Joseph is just a few years into his journalist career, but has already had pieces published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Game Spot. In regards to academics, Leon earned a degree in business from Texas State. Leon has passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in the gaming industry.