The clip showed several garage sequences, featuring a racing version of the Apollo Intensa Emozione, the Mazda RT24-P Daytona Prototype, and the BAC Mono. All three would be new additions to the Forza Motorsport series, though both the Apollo and BAC are in Forza Horizon 4.
Probably because they're redoing the game from the scratch, where probably it's the point of the title only "Forza Motorsport", which means slower progress? But probably because they take longer time than FM5 here, probably the reboot would give as much content like FM4 or FM7....“Early in development” they were ‘early in development’ over a bloody year ago when they first announced they’d be skipping 2019 and instead focusing on fixing the problems people had with 7 for future titles in the franchise. In fact, I remember last year during several Forza monthlies when they said they were waist deep in development of it. Did they bin the entire game and start over from scratch? The hell have they been doing since 2017 if they’re “in early development”?
Coincidence much?I have a feeling that the person who made this trailer is the same person who made GT7 trailer. Still for some reason I am more hyped and excited about gt7 than this forza project cars game.
We can indeed thinking.Are you kidding me? Do you can thinking?
Again. Series X will have no exclusives.
Do you know that that means we will get all Xbox titles on Xbox One too. It's simple.
Then perhaps calm down and read things properly.I'm so angry after that when I read that these things...
I’m liking that the Apollo’s have what appears to be a standardized scheme, it gives me hope that the day of random paint schemes selected by the computer for AI drivers are over. The number plates on them match IMSA colors as well which makes me wonder if they will finally explore that partnership a little.
How can you tell? Absolutely no game play was shown. Zero, none, zilch, nada.The track looks amazing, better than GT7 graphics so far but I can't say this looks photorealistic. Probably something about the art direction.
Yup. Early days for both games but neither this nor GT7 have shown anything particularly interesting in their first trailer.The trailer is too vague to draw meaningful conclusions as to what we're going to get. A reboot is looking likely but there's no indictation whether it'll be a soft or hard reboot.
Wow Laguna Seca, probably the first game to have that track. Ok being serious, we have a Forza monthly on Monday so we'll probably get more details then.
There is no release date for GT 7 as of yet. I sure hope it's going to be a PS5 launch title but no one knows atm.The 2021 thought is a bummer. Was GT7 coming out this fall? If so I might get the PS5 this year and the Series X only in 2021.
The Fable trailer was impressive though, but in the end it’s just that, a trailer.