Forza Horizon 3 may have raised the bar impossibly high last year with its arcade-light approach to speed, but it’s a challenge that its older brother Forza Motorsport is looking to equal and better this year in Forza Motorsport 7. The latest chapter in the long-running racing car simulator is out later this year, and with a massive new partner lined up: Porsche.
Microsoft has signed up the German sports-car manufacturer to a six-year contract, that also saw their latest supercar debut at E3, the 2018 Porsche 911 GT2RS Developer Turn 10’s Dan Greenawalt says that Forza 7 Motorsport will have over 700 cars on offer when it launches later this year. Here’s the trailer for it which features sand, cars and a lot of horses under the hood:
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Last Updated: June 11, 2017