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In the form of an actual brand new Porsche car being revealed both in-game and on-stage at Microsoft's E3 briefing. Not exactly an industry secret, with Forza being an annual series that alternated between the core game and Horizon, Forza Motorsport 7 ushers in the 4K era for the franchise with native Ultra HD resolution 60 frames-per-second support for the Xbox One X.

So you can be sure that it's one of the most visually impressive car game ever created.



That Dubai track though, awesome. Add in a whopping 700 cars and Forza 7 looks to be the most feature-packed entry in the series yet.

But, deep down we're kind of bummed that it isn't a new Horizon game. Mainly because Forza Horizon 3 seems to have taken the whole franchise, and dare we say it, entire racing genre, to the next level. The good news is that Forza Horizon 3 is all set to get a Xbox One X 4K update in time for the console release, which is nice.

Forza Mortorsport 7 is coming October 3 on Xbox One and Windows 10, and November 7 for Xbox One X.




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