Forza Motorsport 7 is looking to flex some 4K muscle this year by appealing to the fantasy lobes in your brain, with developer Turn 10 saying that the latest incarnation of the signature Xbox driving game that isn’t Project Gotham Racing (sniff) having over 700 collections of engines to choose from.
You’ve just received your paycheque in the mail, and for once it didn’t bounce like a toddler flung onto a trampoline by a drunk uncle. Now you could be responsible and do adult stuff. Like pay your taxes and buy essential goods like…insurance and coffee creamer? I have no idea how to adult. OR, and hear me out here, you could spend your salary on video games instead.
Weather effects, native 4K visuals and a whole light of lighting on Xbox One X. What about PC then for Forza Motorsport 7? Provided that you’ve sunk enough cash into your rig, you’re very much capable of having a platform that outperforms the Xbox One X. If the PC version is up to scratch that is. For developer Turn 10, that specific port is on track (hehehehe) and its going to be all about the small details that’ll make it stand out from the pack.
Some folks are already referring to Code Vein as the Dark Souls of anime games, perhaps an unfair comparison for a new title that is seeking to revive the idea of over the top action that is coupled with a decent degree of trial and error in its gameplay.
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