Looks fantastic, although being able to pre-order the planned expansions via the expensive version of the game feels like day one dlc taken even further, leaves a bit of a sour taste in the mouth for me.
Drove this for the first time today. Good to drive for a fwd Hot Hatch, but I am left thinking Forza have made it rather OP. Despite having the same power and torque as the 2016 model, 245 vs 235 tyres and a little more weight it is rated 50 PI higher (573 vs 523). What is even more surprising...
Top Row - Alpine A110, Lambo Aventador, Impreza S208(?), Supra Turbo '88
Second - Tuned GT86 (?), Lambo Urraco(?), Audi R8, Mustang Mach 1
Third - No idea?, New Alpine, Classic Camaro, Senna's Lotus 98T
What happened to the rule on here where you had to have at least 100 (?) posts before you could post a new thread? Would help prevent a lot of the duplicates that seem to appear so often in the GT Sport section.
Got an almighty Peugeot RCZ GT Line today! Actually has quite a good chassis for a fwd car, and managed to lap Suzuka >4 sec faster than the identically powered but 200kg lighter (!) Alfa Mito. :cheers:
Not bought the Rolls Royce yet as I am rather starved of credits but managed to get the #104 Range Rover and #154 Mini. The Mini is a really nice hatch to drive, in my hands it also managed a slightly quicker(!) lap of Suzuka than the JCW GP model, feeling a lot more adjustable and forgiving...