[VIDEO] Forza Motorsport features the BMW M8 GTE

Behold, the eighth installment of the Forza Motorsport features the BMW M8 GTE. According to the official Xbox website, it is the “most technically advanced racing game ever made.”

Forza Motorsport 7 began in 2017. However, the eighth installment of the game series will arrive next spring. 

Microsoft and developer Turn 10 Studios presented in-game footage of the upcoming game. And the BMW M8 GTE takes the center stage. And if you’re a fan of the Forza Motorsport series, you’ll recognize the beautiful scenery. It is the countryside of Maple Valley. This is one of the settings in the first game released mid-2005. Also, the reproduction of the BMW race car used the power of the Xbox Series X. It also used its 4k capabilities.

Alternatively, Turn 10 Studios has added a more realistic damage system. It also added varying track surface temperatures that directly affect tire grip. The trailer also gave a sneak peek of the M6 GTLM.

2023 Forza Motorsport features support for fuel and tire management. It also includes new race car tweaks to put off those tenths of a second from a lap time. Also, players can compete in famous tracks like Spa and Laguna Seca. Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit and Circuit Hakone are also now available. Forza Motorsport’s dynamic time of day system is available at all locations. This promises countless hours of entertainment and fun.

The team behind Forza Motorsport 8 completely redesigned the physics simulation. This results in an enhanced fidelity by 48 times over Forza Motorsport 7. It is complete with individual scratches on the bodywork and realistic reflections. The new title should finally have what it takes to entice gamers away from Gran Turismo.

Forteza Motorsport 8 will arrive for the Xbox Series X|S consoles and the PC platform in the spring of 2023.

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