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Forza Motorsport 8 Coming to PC, Xbox Series S/X Spring 2023, Gameplay Trailer Released

Forza Motorsport 8 will be coming to PC, Xbox Series S/X, and PC/Xbox Game Pass in Spring 2023. The announcement was made Monday during the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase 2022 event. This is the latest entry from Turn 10 Studios’ long-running Forza Motorsport series of simulation racing games. A Forza Motorsport 8 trailer was shown at the event, which featured an assortment of modern and classic racing cars. This reveal was followed by a real-time gameplay demo of Forza Motorsport 8 highlighting its improved graphics and enhanced physics.

Representatives from Xbox-owned Turn 10 Studios were on stage at the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase 2022 event to highlight some of Forza Motorsport 8’s new gameplay features. immersion”, with completely overhauled driving mechanics and damage simulation. All tracks in Forza Motorsport 8 will feature a full day-night cycle, which will affect in-game racing conditions such as track temperatures and tire grip. Visuals in Forza Motorsport 8 will also be enhanced by real-time ray tracing on tracks.

Forza Motorsport 8 was announced in 2020 during the Xbox Series X games showcase. At the time, Turn 10 Studios revealed that the game was designed to run at 4K 60 fps on Xbox Series X consoles. Microsoft announced the game only under the name “Forza Motorsport”, which could indicate a new naming strategy for the franchise in the future. It may still be a numbered entry similar to Forza Motorsport 7, released in October 2017 for PC and Xbox One.

Forza Motorsport 8 will be released on Xbox Series S/X and PC – including via Steam – sometime in 2023. It will also be a day one release on PC Game Pass and Xbox Game Pass.

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