Despite the success of the Forza Motosport series, it is not comparable to the popularity of the Forza Horizon series, but it seems that the situation will change with the upcoming Forza Motosport 8 game, which will witness many features, including real-time ray tracing, a completely new career mode, and other exciting things.
through Held today, we got some information from Creative Director Chris Isaki, who pointed out that Forza Motosport 8 features a full day and night cycle and weather changes that vary across all racetracks, and will only be enhanced by the game’s real-time ray tracing. The establishment of these arenas, whether they are new ones or arenas that return from the ground up.
The weather aspect will also determine how driving affects things like speed and more in order to make it more dynamic. In-game tires have been significantly upgraded to include eight contact points, while Forza Motorsport 7 only included one, according to Isaaki.
As for the game systems, players can expect an all-new, weekend racing-style multiplayer career mode with multiple steps to complete such as training, qualifying, and final races.
Forza 8 is officially coming later in 2023 on Xbox and PC, and the game will be available to Xbox Game Pass subscribers on launch day.
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