Forza 7 Review
This game is once again developed by Turn 10 studios for Microsoft. This will be the tenth version, launching in October of 2017 for Windows and Xbox Once. Game play will feature over 700 cars with the capability of having more then 200 different racing configurations and the ability to race at 30 different locations. Some of the new tracks are Dubai Autodrome, and formerly from Forza 4, the Mugello Circuit. Some of the new features include dynamic weather and customizable drivers. The resolution capability of the game will be 4k at sixty frames per second.
Forza 5, 6, 7 Review by VideoGameBroadcasts.com
New courses? Well, after the weak selection in Forza 5, Forza 6 brings us back! There are now 26 locales in total, adding Daytona, Lime Rock Park, Watkins Glen, Brands Hatch and Daytona for the first time, along with complete rebuilds of a few old favorites plus a new city course set in Rio de Janeiro. In terms of handling, you’ll find some folks championing Gran Tourismo and others cheering Project Cars, but to my mind Forza hits the perfect balance of authenticity and mass-audience play ability. You can drop the driver assistance and get a satisfyingly demanding sim-style racer or turn all driver assists on and have a more arcade feel. Meanwhile if you want something in-between, Forza makes it easier than Project Cars to get what you’re looking for. This is all good stuff, and Forza 6 delivers when it comes to thrilling, competitive high-speed racing, particularly when you move up to the track toys. Build your cars have fun enjoy the attention to details…I give this game 5 Stars! However, now the new Forza 7 is about to launch, so take a look at the feed and always feel free to let us know what you think.