Everything you need to know about the Forza Motorsport 8

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Hit racing franchise from Microsoft is set for return in 2020, together with the Xbox Series X with a line-up of next-generation developments. Early reports of the ambitious project are surfacing, alluding to strides in simulation complexity and showing the upcoming console to be a technical showpiece. Prototyped with fan reviews from the ground up, the expectations are high for the next instalment of the Forza racing series with the new one being called Forza Motorsport 8.


Forza Motorsport 8 Release date

Between the report on the state of the game and the first drop of the trailer, it has been about eight months. In all likelihood, 2021 will be the year you'll be able to enjoy the reimagined Forza Motorsport and Gran Turismo 7, setting up a classic face-off between the two driving game powerhouses on consoles.

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In 2019, Dan Greenawalt, alluding to the absence of Forza Motorsport due to the long-term support for its predecessor with regular updates delivered through and beyond the launch of Forza Horizon 4. He said, the approach among reasons for timetable adjustments. "So, Motorsport itself is in development right now; it's just something we're developing at the moment, and that's after helping Forza Motorsport 7 for longer than we've ever had before," Greenawalt told IGN. "Now at this point, working on the concept for what we're doing next, the team is just in that headspace, added Greenawalt.

Forza Motorsport 8 Gameplay details

Motorsport 8 is expected to showcase upgraded tyre structures, measure tyre strength, and how rubber interacts. Such improvements will be assisted by new dynamic track temperature and rubbering-in technologies, which bias friction along with the layout. Atmospheric pressure also influences locations which are expressed in air density, aerodynamics, fuel, and tyres.

We know very little about the way Forza Motorsport looks in action yet. According to Turn 10, the trailer was produced in-engine, and the game will run at native 4 K resolution and 60 frames per second on Xbox Series X. Ray tracing also tends to be apparent in certain scenes in the video, particularly when the reflection of the nearby garage is noticeable off the visor of a helmet.

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