Turn 10 has released its latest monthly content update for Forza Motorsport, with Update 3 now available to all Xbox and PC users. More new content is set to arrive over the coming weeks as well as more fixes and improvements to the user experience.
Forza Motorsport has come away from The Game Awards 2023 with two trophies for Innovation in Accessibility and Best Sports/Racing Game, while the Gran Turismo series missed out in both the categories for which it was nominated.
Although it’s hard to believe, there’s been no Forza Motorsport game available to buy for close to two years, with the last title — 2017’s Forza Motorsport 7 — removed from the store as old content licences expired.
While we’re still a couple of weeks away from the launch of the next Forza Motorsport title, the Turn 10 team has already confirmed the first steps in its post-launch content updates — starting in November with Yas Marina.
We’re just about three weeks away from Forza Motorsport’s launch (or a little over two if you’ve sprung for the Premium version), and Turn 10 has lifted the lid on one of the last major details still outstanding: the Achievements.
Turn 10 has revealed the opening stages and tutorial of Forza Motorsport in its latest Forza Monthly show, giving players an idea of what to expect when they boot the game up in a little under a month’s time.
With Gamescom just around the corner, Turn 10 and Microsoft have revealed more information about Forza Motorsport including PC specs, wheel support, and the all-important pricing structure for the various game editions.
The official Forza Motorsport social media accounts have confirmed what we already suspected, announcing that the Nurburgring circuit location will be part of the title at launch — but the famous Nordschleife will be coming at a later date.