Developed by Turn 10 Studios for Xbox, the Forza franchise is the game for people who passionate about cars. The franchise just turned ten years old, and the latest version is a meticulously crafted package, with fine-tuned attention to every detail of design.
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The launch of Forza Motorsport 6 was also carefully thought out – fans who purchased the Ultimate Edition were given early access. This feature allowed them to play the full game five days before its “official” release on September 15th. Just Turn 10’s way of saying thank you to the core fans. The studio is on top of the constant evolution of car and gaming culture, innovating in response to the rise of streaming and Twitch.
When you boot up Forza 6 it feels as premium as the Maseratis and Lamborghinis in its garage. Users choose from 450+ car models with working cockpits – from vintage convertibles to sleek sedans to 4×4’s – each one offering a distinct feel and handling. The 6 also introduces 24-player multiplayer, as well as “Leagues”, a feature that lets you multiplay with drivers with the same skill level.
Tune and paint your car as you like, or import from previous editions. Share it, and if another user likes or downloads it, you’ll receive in-game credits.
Another standout feature brand new with Forza Motorsport 6 is wet weather and night racing, all at 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second. The creators claim to absolutely recreate the fear that professional drivers experience hitting water at high speeds.
Finally, the most impressive aspects of Forza has always been simulation quality. Having partnered with Audi Racing and Ford, these simulations feel professional in every way. And beyond the handling, you are part of a very creative community. This isn’t Gran Turismo – it is people creating, tuning, sharing and streaming. Forza 6 is more than just cars, it’s a way of life.