Turn 10 is clear on the formula for the success of its driving saga: a cutting-edge visual section that does not remain whole to the fun, a selection of vehicles blunt and a proposal playable to the height of all users. And the last spot of ‘Forza Motorsport 7’ perfectly reflects the three concepts.
Inspired by the popular game of chairs, or musical chairs, we will see how nine riders revolve around eight cars ranging from luxury sports cars to real racing cars while a song is playing. But the ingenious thing is that any driver (even though it is about different user profiles) is willing to launch the race.
As a complement to this spot, Microsoft has shown the contrasting profiles that have the participants of this reimagined version of the children’s game. A casual driver or a real driver? Both have their place guaranteed.
Is the meticulous and calculating driver or the guy that you are looking for to have fun driving behind the wheel driving spectacular cars? the Turn 10 study covers both flanks.
And, definitely, there are no age margins or generational differences that prevent Forza Motorsport 7. Although there are some minimum requirements in PC. That yes.
On the other hand, the development of the game has already concluded and we will not have to wait too long to get the word out to Turn 10. Through Twitter it has been announced that ‘Forza Motorsport 7’ is already GOLD and that on September 19 there will be a demo both on Xbox One and PC.
Turn 10 wants ‘Forza Motorsport 7’ to become the referent of the genre on consoles and desks in a year in which heavy weights of driving, something that we know from next October 3 on Xbox One and PC, although the race will start on September 29 if we opt for special editions.