Driving games have always been at the forefront of great generational changes. This genre usually shows off the great technical innovations that consoles incorporate over time and the greatest saga within the Xbox ecosystem, Forza is no exception. The new installment has already started to step on the accelerator.
There is a new Forza Motorsport on the way. The variant more focused on simulation and circuit racing still has work ahead, but Turn 10 Studios is already preparing what it will be one of the most desirable titles of Xbox Series X and Series S looking to the not too distant future.
Its creators have been talking about the changes they are introducing in this installment. Specifically, in a recent issue with news, Chris Esaki, Creative Director of the upcoming Forza Motorsport, he generated a fair share of anticipation with his words. This title is going to be a great generational leap.
To put physics work in perspective for everyone here, the changes we made from Forza Motorsport 7 to now are more than the changes we made from Forza Motorsport 4 to 7Esaki commented. So basically it is a great generational leap to get to the game.
In addition to this, it has also been known that this game will not be called Forza Motorsport 8 (continuing with the expected numerical order). Instead, simply it will be called Forza Motorsport, which seems to be in accordance with a reinvention of the saga. The name of the game is Forza Motorsport, clarified Esaki. There is no sequential 8 after the title. It really is a totally new Forza Motorsport experience.
Do you want to burn a wheel? There is anticipation for this game and for everything Microsoft may reveal in the coming days. The Big M will announce five AAA games for Xbox Series X | S at E3 2021, according to an insider.
Fountain: Pure Xbox