First expansions for Forza games have come around Jan-Feb for the last few games though...
Too irregular to tell, but I fail to see why it would come late twice in a row. After all, it's not like they're taking the extra time to fix glitches and buggies.
I am a PS4/G29 user, and much as I want to snub Forza etc, seeing these regular updates and add-ons is something I'm quite envious of!
Next lightening strike that means I have to replace everything at the same time I'm going down the XboxOneX (enough x's?) route...
Totally agree. I'm loving FM7 in terms of offline gameplay, but the menu presentation & menu music is crap. First time I've ever had to mute the menu music in a Forza game because FM games usually have very nice relaxing menu music, this one doesn't.Only thing i miss from GT Sport are the superb online and the lovely menus. Those are crap in Forza 7.
Totally agree. I'm loving FM7 in terms of offline gameplay, but the menu presentation & menu music is crap. First time I've ever had to mute the menu music in a Forza game because FM games usually have very nice relaxing menu music, this one doesn't.
I respect your opinion. But I just don't think it suits the Motorsport franchise as I'm use to the type of music that was in FM3-FM6. The menu music was a quality for the FM games had in my opinion. But not in this one.I switched over to FM7/XBox after GT5+6 on PS3. I agree the menus could be better but I don't think they're that bad. The gameplay/graphics/etc are awesome.
I actually like the music. It's engaging and catchy without being over the top. And it's so much better than the quirky, odd elevator music in GT.
I respect your opinion. But I just don't think it suits the Motorsport franchise as I'm use to the type of music that was in FM3-FM6. The menu music was a quality for the FM games had in my opinion. But not in this one.
I enjoy the gameplay in FM7 so much that I'm mostly-constantly on it everyday. Very happy I came back to Xbox. Lots of variety of cars and tracks, which makes for fun & awesome races. Graphics are gorgeous too!
Problem is that people that have the Cars Pass and don't want them have no choice but to take them because they're already paid for. I think people were more annoyed by the number of SUVs in a single pack than the cars themselves.If you don't like it , don't use it . Problem solved .
But for me , it's one of the reasons I'll probably swap to Forza once they switch off gt6 .
The massive variety of machinery available means there'll be something suitable no matter what mood I wake up in .
Personally, If Turn 10 were to remove the Trucks and SUV's from the Motorsport series it would actually kill my interest in the game.
I for one welcome their presence.
Whenever I read things on Facebook like "Nobody wants these Vehicles in the game".. Uhm excuse me, don't you dare speak for me. I for one am fine with them.
You don't want them , fine, but that doesn't mean everybody else agrees with you. Some will, some wont.
You still have 700+ vehicles.. most of which aren't Trucks and SUVs.. So kindly let me have them even if you don't.
They wont. Certainly not in the same pack, that's a given.
Well, the obvious difference here is that in Forza, there are absolutely no rally stages, RX circuits, hill climbs, or anything off road related.
As @Cloudy said, the difference is that there are dirt and snow tracks in GT Sport where trucks make sense. Forza Motorsport still hasn't provided any non-tarmac tracks for us to really explore what these trucks and buggies are capable of. On the other hand, I agree with @SlipZtrEm that getting to use vehicles outside of their comfort zone is fun and something to enjoy. It's why I've never complained about the trucks or the buggies. But it would be nice to see some dirt tracks make it into the game to we can give them a proper thrashing.
I don't mind the sport SUV's as they are actually decently fun (only missing the Stelvio and an XC I think).
It's also missing the Maserati Levante and the finalized Lamborghini Urus. As much as I don't care about modern SUVs, I'd also like to see Forza rounding off the division given how crowded it has become lately. SUVs definitely aren't far-fetched on the racing circuit, but the true off-roaders, trucks and buggies are drunks that should just go home to the Horizon Festival.
The only reason I care for the trucks and SUV's in Forza 7 is because I know 85% of them are going to be in Horizon 4, and that's good for my off-roading club.