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The monthly updates continue to roll out for Forza Motorsport, as Turn 10 has now released Update 4 for both Xbox and PC players.
Although the next Forza Horizon 5 Series is still a couple of weeks away, we’ve had an early teaser for some of the upcoming content courtesy of MG Motor parent company SAIC’s social media in China.
Xbox and PC gamers have a new direct drive wheel option available soon, and from a rather unexpected source as peripheral manufacturer Turtle Beach has revealed its first ever racing wheel.
The next update for Forza Motorsport, Update 4, has been revealed by Turn 10 and it will include the series’ return of the Daytona circuits when it arrives on Tuesday January 16.
The FIA has announced that the third FIA Motorsport Games will feature an expansion to its esports offerings with a second discipline that sees iRacing make its event debut alongside Assetto Corsa Competizione — but there’s no room for Gran Turismo.
Japanese youngster Rikuto Kobayashi, runner-up in the 2023 Gran Turismo World Series Nations Cup, will be driving in the 2024 Super GT Championship, having been selected for a seat in the GT300 category.
After a brief, and troubled, 12 months apart, IndyCar and iRacing have resumed their decade-long partnership to bring official esports for the championship back to the sim racing platform.
Senior Turn 10 staff have issued a statement to fans of Forza Motorsport regarding the state of the game, promising to address prominent issues in 2024 and provide further, quarterly communications.