Forza Motorsport 8 is underway. At the Xbox Series X game show, Microsoft announced the next chapter of Turn 10 Studios’ analog racing franchise, calling it a “reimagined” next-generation console, which is currently in the “early development stage”. The one-minute “Forza Motorsport 8” trailer (all captured in the engine) gives you a glimpse of what you expect. It is expected to drive the 4K 60fps world through real-time ray tracing, which will improve reflection and light rendering.
Microsoft did not actually call this game “Forza Motorsport 8” in its announcement, which implies that the naming strategy of the long-term game series has changed. But considering the history of the series, the next entry is likely to have only “8” at the end. “Forza Motorsport 8” does mark a change in release strategy. All previous competitions had a two-year interval. We have been here for three years-Forza Motorsport 7 will be launched in 2017-and we are looking for more time.
In addition, Microsoft also revealed that Playground Games will provide an optimized version of Forza Horizon 4 for the Xbox series, including higher fidelity graphics and faster performance. Converted to 4K 60fps, which is higher than the 4K 30fps of Xbox One X. You will also benefit from improved load times and the “Quick Recovery” feature of Xbox Series X. Yes, if you already own the game on Xbox One, then Forza Horizon 4 will be upgraded for free on Xbox Series X.
The unreleased Forza Motorsport 8 will be available on Xbox Series X and Windows 10 as part of Xbox Game Pass. Naturally, there is no release date.
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