The Forza 6 flow of the DLCs are done (the latest was the Top Gear pack), we all waiting for the Forza 7 release date. It is still only minor information, so we decided to address gamers – what they want to see in the next Forza game.
The current Forza tracks are awesome. However, it seems like it’s not so much. In addition, it would be better to see (and test!) some tracks from previous parts, updated and upgraded. Gran Turismo 6 has more interesting tracks, including their own, plus good track editor. Why Forza doesn’t have one?
What is more, it seems strange that racing simulator doesn’t have some legendary F1 and WTCC tracks, such as Suzuka, Imola, Donington Park and Monaco. We hope that the 7th installment will get more of those.
Revised car list
The second important thing is cars. For some Forza fans it is the number one question, but you can’t drive cool cars if there are nowhere to drive it.
Current Forza 6 has quite wide range of vehicles, including lots of GT cars. However, since it is a Motorsport, there should be a bit more racing cars examples from around the world – for instance, BTCC cars, Australian V8s, brand new Formula E, etc.
As for standard cars – it would be better to move all strange vehicles, useless for racing to Horizon game which is more suitable for arcade fun.
The main rival of the next Forza 7 is Gran Turismo Sport which is aimed to be not only the ‘real driving simulator’ but also the serious cybersport game. So, everything goes pretty difficult for the genre then. Now racing simulators should be difficult and realistic or simplified. We hope that Forza Motorsport 7 will be more realistic than ever.
Some random events might add realism – for instance, the dynamic weather change system, strongly demanded nearly for all Forza fan. This should coincide with dynamic time – along with a spectacular weather effects appeared in the 6th part, it should be awesome.
To be more racing-oriented, a proper qualification should appear, along with a more realisitic pit-stop simulation with actual animation.
Another thing – a proper damage model with engine damage, wheels put-off and overall body deformation.
One way or another, the developing process of Forza 7 has already begun. We could only hope (at least for now) that we get a better game in every aspect.