Forza 7 is coming which has been confirmed officially. There’s a chance that it will arrive even this year and PC players will enjoy as well. A lot of rumors are spread about it all so let’s try to sort them out.
Forza 7 Release Date
After the previous part was released in 2015 many fans were expecting the 7th part in 2016. Nevertheless, developers released Forza Horizon 3 instead. This is why it’s logical to hope that Forza 7 will come in 2017. It’s said that the game will be announced during E3 in July so there’s likelihood that new Forza comes this September.
When Forza 6 Apex appeared on PC it was a kind of breakthrough for the franchise. Even though it was beta and it was free it didn’t matter that much. Now Forza Horizon 3 can be obtained from Windows Store it gives us a hope that the 7th part will be developed for PC as well. The game will be made for Xbox One and PS4 for certain and we assume that PC version may come, probably a bit later though.
Updated Car List
It has been officially confirmed that the new part of the game will feature Lamborghini Centenario instead of brand new Ford GT which was rumored to be the choice for this part of Forza. This is the result of collaboration between Xbox and Lambo. Since this brand makes appearance in the series it’s expected that there will be a lot of cars by this manufacturer. The most anticipated one is 2015 Lamborghini #63 Squadra Corse Hurácan LP620-2 Super Trofeo. More information about coming cars is on the way.
Forza 7 New Gameplay Features
Autocross events are likely to become tougher that you can think. Customization options are also rumored to be widened significantly. Even though the previous part had enough of them, Forza 7 is going to have even more of them. It applies to cosmetic modifications of the cars mainly since there’re enough things which you can change about engine and handling.
Career mode is also likely to become a bit tougher than before. Forza has started to work with weather elements in the 6th part so this aspect is expected to be improved even further.