The Xbox Game Pass subscription service continues to grow, and next month sees the addition of a fan favorite. With DiRT Rally 2.0 leaving the service on October 1, it begs the question: what’s going to take its place for sim racers? Now there’s an answer, Forza Motorsport 7.
Fans of the Forza series who spend time creating their perfect liveries have a good reason to show them off to the world once more. Following an absence of almost a year, Turn 10 has announced that the official livery contests will return.
The potential for virtual racing esports to feature in marquee sporting celebrations is something that has been the subject of substantial attention in recent years. It’s a subject that the International Olympic Committee has discussed, and Japan’s National Sporting Festival now includes Gran Turismo Sport as one of its events annually.
The next Forza Monthly live stream is near, and it looks like an interesting one. As you can see in the image above, the car being showcased is none other than the Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport. Going by past events, this suggests the GT4 racer is on its way to the game very soon.
With this month’s update out in the wild, players will soon bid farewell to further updates for Forza Motorsport 7. After two years, Turn 10 has confirmed development on FM7 will end following next month’s update.
There’s now one month until the inaugural Le Mans Esport Series Super Final happens. In preparation the organizers have announced the prize structure for the event, which will run on-site at the 2019 24 Hours of Le Mans.
After nine months of silence, the Forza Racing Championship is showing signs of life. The first races for the esports series, now in its fourth year, will take place later this month in a private test.
A new special Bounty Hunter challenge is available for players in Forza Motorsport 7. Hot on the heels of the May IndyCar update, Turn 10 has announced the event to celebrate the upcoming Indianapolis 500.
The latest update for Forza Motorsport 7 is here and this month’s theme is all IndyCar. Featuring cars from the past and present, plus a rather sporty pace car, it packs some fantastic content. Even better it’s all completely free too.
The next Forza Monthly live stream, scheduled for May 7, just got even more exciting. As we reported last month, information about the “next Forza Motorsport” is set to be revealed on the show, and now it appears there is even more to look forward to with a special feature on an IndyCar legend.