The continued commitment of Turn 10 Studios in further supporting and improving Forza Motorsport 7 shows no signs of slowing. Following the October content update, T10 will be replacing the controversial Prize Crates with a new Race Shop for the November update.
Turn 10 revealed its future plans for Forza Motorsport 7 last week. While the big news was about the additional cars and extended Car Pass, there were other goodies in the announcement too. Chief amongst them is the long-awaited Race Regulations system.
Racing game fans are likely familiar with the idea of entering an event with an over-specced vehicle and running away with victory. Whether it be for fun or giving oneself the competitive edge, it narrows the options down to but a few. Forza Motorsport 7 aims to resolve this with homologation.
Turn 10 has released the full list of supported peripherals for PC players of Forza Motorsport 7. Folks eschewing the console experience will have a lot of options in terms of their steering wheels (and gamepads) of choice.