Following the recent announcement of a release date, Forza Motorsport developers hosted one at Turn 10 Studios Own showwhich managed to both please and anger fans.
Among other things, the stream featured the Builders Cup mode (the local analogue of “Career”), which is based on the events of “Motorsport Tours” – a series of races for cars of specific brands, models, types or eras.
As you progress and each new “Tour” players gain access to faster and faster cars. Associated with the progress is the greatest dissatisfaction among fans of the new Forza Motorsport.
In Forza Motorsport, it will be possible to race offline, but only in Free Play. An Internet connection is required for progression in any other mode, including “Career” – the data is stored on the servers of the project.
From Words According to Chris Esaki, Creative Director of Turn 10 Studios, the decision to tie progression to online stems from the developers’ desire to deliver “Fair and safe experience in every aspect of the game”.
Users who were already excited about Gran Turismo 7’s mandatory online feature were predictably unhappy with the news. For some, it even spelled the end of the new Forza Motorsport. “All interest in the game was destroyed overnight”write down food ResetEra.
Forza Motorsport will be available on October 10 for PC (Steam, Microsoft Store), Xbox Series X and S, and Game Pass (PC and Xbox). At launch they promise more than 500 cars with 800 upgrades, after release they plan to expand the fleet with free samples.