Scheduled to arrive on consoles by October 10, the latest instalment of Forza Motorsport will include the Kyalami Grand Prix circuit but more impressively is the hyperrealism of the graphics. Watch the official trailer for the game here.
The latest trailer for Forza Motorsport made its debut during the Xbox Games Showcase at the 2023 Summer Games Fest. This in-game video focuses on the partnership between Forza and General Motors which highlights the 2024 Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray and the Cadillac Racing V-Series.R LMDh racer, which will grace the cover of the game. The highly anticipated release date has also been unveiled as October 10, 2023.
With Le Mans taking place over the weekend, many motoring enthusiasts with a keen eye will note that the trailer starts off with the V-Series.R racing on the track, showcasing its hypercar prowess. It then swiftly transitions to the Home view, where players can explore and select different vehicles, with a special highlight on the sleek E-Ray.
Various racing circuits are showcased in the video. The famous Suzuka Circuit makes an appearance, as well as a brief glimpse of the iconic Eau Rouge corner from Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps. There is also a tantalizing snippet from the legendary Le Mans track which is where the Cadillac managed a podium in the top tier category over the weekend.
This short trailer is just a taste of what’s to come, as there will be a walkthrough of the single-player career campaign arriving today. For now, there is also a full gameplay demo showcasing some of the hyperrealism of the graphics. In addition to the stunning graphics, players can enjoy 4K resolution at 60 frames per second, enhanced by ray tracing for realistic lighting effects. A new time-of-day feature allows races to start during the day and seamlessly transition into night, adding to the immersive experience. Dolby Atmos support ensures impressive audio, providing a heightened sense of realism with dynamic sound projection.
More importantly, Forza Motorsport will feature over 500 cars, with more than 100 being brand new to the game. Additionally, developer Turn 10 Studios promises an extensive lineup of racing-specific machines, along with over 800 vehicle customization upgrades. The game will offer 20 race locations, including five new additions, such as Hakone in Japan and the Kyalami circuit right here in South Africa.
Inclusivity is also a focus for Forza Motorsport, as the game introduces additional driving assists to make it more accessible to users. Features like Blind Driving Assists assist visually impaired or blind players by providing audio cues for track navigation. One Touch Driving assists those with difficulties in simultaneous button presses, gripping controllers, or maintaining button pressure.
Take a look at the official trailer below!