Here is some more information and 5 minutes of gameplay from Forza Motorsport 7

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Just yesterday at E3, Microsoft took the wraps off Forza Motorsport 7, the upcoming racing game for Xbox One and Xbox One X. Head of Turn 10 Studios, Alan Hartman, shortly followed up to post a little bit more about the racing title, giving fans a much bigger taste as to what they can expect from Forza 7 come October.

Hartman highlights that the Forza franchise sees over 4.8 million active users per month, which makes it “one of the largest racing communities in the world and the premiere gaming partner to the automotive industry.” With this so, he followed up with some more Forza 7 details, including the fact that “Forza Motorsport 7 immerses players in the exhilarating thrill of competitive racing.”

A few other details, including the fact that Forza 7 will feature over 700 cars, can be seen in his list below.

  • The best-looking, most realistic game we’ve ever created – Forza Motorsport 7 was built from the ground up for Project Scorpio to be an immersive true 4K and 60fps experience. Plus, with HDR and race conditions that change each time you return to the track, Forza Motorsport 7 was crafted as a visual masterpiece.
  • The ultimate automotive playset – Forza Motorsport 7 features more than 700 ForzaVista cars to collect, race and customize and 30 racing environments with more than 200 ribbons. Plus, Forza Motorsport 7 offers more Porsche models than any racing game and an unparalleled portfolio of car manufacturers, including every premium brand. And for the first time in Forza’s history, players can personalize their appearance with a massive race gear collection that includes hundreds of options spanning decades of race history and pop culture.
  • Everyone can play, compete and watch – Forza Motorsport 7 continues in the footsteps of previous games by providing unprecedented tuning, new Assists, and Mods to suit players of all skill levels. And thanks to the Forza Racing Championship esports league, enhanced spectating modes and Mixer integration, everyone can compete.

As an added extra, the folks at The Verge managed to get hands-on with Forza 7, with the entire video being directly off an Xbox One X. In the video, the driver takes a Nissan GT-R for a spin around the Nürburgring, offering a glimpse of the new HUD, and the enhanced 4K graphics. Also shown was the dynamic weather system, as the race started dry and cloudy, and then quickly shifted to wet and stormy. It all appears to make for a very interesting experience, where every detail popped out, including the wipers reacting to the wind from the speeds, and the puddles on the track shining from the lightning in the rain storm.

Forza Motorsport 7 is now available for pre-order from the Microsoft Store and will be released on Xbox One and Windows 10 on October 3rd. Ultimate Edition owners will also owners will receive early access to the game on September 29 and the Forza Motorsport 7 Car Pass that gives you access to upcoming car packs.

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