It’s finally here, and Forza Motorsport 7 marks the 10th Forza title released in the Forza franchise. It is, I’m happy to say, the most complete offering in the Motorsport series so far. It builds on the foundation of Motorsport 5 and 6, adding more tracks, more cars, more wheels, driver gear and the gaming industry’s latest trend, loot crates. If you’ve enjoyed the previous Forza Motorsport games, the winning formula remains.
I’ve spent the past few days playing Forza Horizon 3, the sequel to my prior favorite racing game, Forza Horizon 2. The Forza Motorsport series has always been a great racing simulator, and undoubtedly the best current generation console option, but lacks the “fun factor” that an open world game offers.
Today, the team at Turn 10 Studios unveiled the latest installment in the Forza Motorsport franchise: Forza Motorsport 6. Touted as bigger and better than ever, we were given the chance to play the game early – even before the likes of E3 – and as racing sim fans, we’re anxious to get our hands on a formal copy.
Last week, Andrew and I were invited to a garage in Los Angeles for an exclusive sneak peek at Forza Motorsport 6.