Can't believe how little is shown and said on the regulation system. Guess Forza 7 is staying uninstalled for the time being.
Well what they showed was pointless. All they showed was a highlighted line that already exists in the game...no information at all on the actual regulation system itself. This really isn;t an E3 thing, if this is what they are having to save for E3 then MS presser is going to be pretty darn bad.My guess is they’re gonna showcase more at another event with press, unless they’re gonna make us wait until e3 than I hope they include/announce a new track
More cars are on the way for Forza Motorsport 7 over the course of the next several months. The best part? Some of the vehicles will be free for players too.
Citing the recent release of the Honda Civic Type R, Turn 10 announced it will continue to release free cars starting next month. However, it hasn’t yet spilled the beans on which cars these might be. But, free DLC is always a good thing.
For Car Pass holders, the news gets even better. We thought the April K1 Speed Pack was it for DLC included in the six-month pass. But Turn 10 had other ideas. In the near future, it will add two additional car packs at no extra charge.
Like the free cars, we don’t know much about the future packs either. However, thanks to our forum user’s detective work, we have some ideas. With 16 cars in the initial leak and two more in the follow-up, that divvies up nicely into two full packs plus a handful of freebies.
While some of these cars probably are for Forza Horizon 4, there’s a good chance many will make their way into FM7.
That’s not all either. For those who missed out on the Hoonigan Car Pack, it’ll head to the Xbox Store next month. For Car Pass owners this is another free pack getting thrown into the mix as well. However, if you don’t own the Pass, the pack is still available for purchase.
The final bit of good news surrounding cars is the Speciality Dealership. If you check our posts week-to-week about the dealership, you know it’s a small list on repeat.
Now it seems like Turn 10 is getting the hint from players. As a result, it’s making changes for the better.
Starting with next week’s refresh, new cars will find their way into the list. To help players who missed a car the first go around, two of the vehicles will be repeats. However, the third one is going to be brand new to the list.
This is all exciting news. More cars in any sim racing title is a good thing and we can’t wait to see what Turn 10 has in store.
As always stay tuned in to GTPlanet for any updates!
It is a replay, so that explains the HUDNice clean HUD and clean racing by you. Love the weather too.
I haven't done it yet but GT Sport seems to have found a decent solution to not being put in lobbies with douche bags.It is a replay, so that explains the HUD
It was a surprisingly good lobby, apart from that one idiot who took me out at the start. Had about 6 very enjoyable races in this lobby until a couple of dudes entered and ruined it all.
Well Forza 7 is getting a penalty system...no clue when or how it is set up exactly...but it is coming. Finally! Hopefully this will help out massively.I haven't done it yet but GT Sport seems to have found a decent solution to not being put in lobbies with douche bags.
Did accidentally go into the wrong gear? Maybe some lag?WOW! This is the greatest lap of competitive racing I have experienced in Forza 7 so far. Simply fantastic. (I'm in the blue Plymouth GTX)
No clue why he slowed down and let me win, he didn't do anything wrong. He put me under pressure and I crumbled at the final hurdle. He fully earned that win.