Forza Motorsport Features 500+ Cars And ‘Cutting Edge’ Ray Tracing, Releasing In 2023

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Turn 10 Studios has delivered a new look at Forza Motorsport during today’s Xbox Developer Direct event, and it’s looking rather amazing we must accept. The team’s new iteration of high-speed track racing brings 500+ cars, including over 100 that are new for the series, to Xbox Series X and S (and PC) racers in 2023.

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The most unique sounding elements of today’s showcase, for us, revolve around ray tracing. Turn 10 says that Forza Motorsport not only features ray-traced global illumination, but it also runs on-track at full 4K / 60FPS on Xbox Series X.

It’s not all about the visuals – Forza is getting a major upgrade under the hood. The team says that the new title features more improvements in driving physics than Forza Motorsport 5, 6, and 7 united.

We didn’t see any of the single-player campaign or the game’s multiplayer in incredible detail, but Turn 10 did deliver a few small tidbits that certainly excite us. The team says that online multiplayer is completely overhauled from earlier entries and that the game features a “car-building focused single-player career mode”.

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