The long-awaited Xbox and racing simulator Forza Motorsport is on its way and it has arrived. The first show seems to be, however, closer and closer, and the creators invite you to the presentation of work and show cars from okładki.
Developers from Turn 10 Studios posted an entry via Twitter that encourages you to watch Microsoft’s June show – apparently, during the event we will see real cars adorning the tail cover. upcoming races. He admiresć what it is, becauseż one of the cars is Cadillac Racing V-Series.R No. 01 from 2023 with a 5.5-liter DOHC V8 engine.
“We feel excited to confirm the Forza Motorsport cover cars – meet the 2023 Cadillac V-Series.R #01 Racing and the 2024 Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray. Join us at the Xbox Game Show on June 11 to view the cars up close let’s seea complete gameplay guide for the single-player career mode during Forza Monthly on June 13! See you at the starting line.”
We are happy to confirm yours #ForzaMotorsport cover cars – meet the stunning 2023 No. 01 Cadillac Racing V-Series.R and 2024 Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray. Visit the Xbox Game Show on June 11 for a closer look at the cars, and see a full preview of our track… pic.twitter.com/SkGS7y4Y4c
– Forza Motorsport (@ForzaMotorsport) May 25, 2023
It seems that it will not get a lot of talking time at the Forza Motorsport meeting in June, because the presentation of the working mode – and therefore one of the most interesting fans of the feature – will take place just two days later in the stream from the Forza Monthly series. This suggests that during the Xbox Game Show we will only see a short gameplay trailer być maybe we will know the final date˛ premieres.
Forza Motorsport still remains a confident secret, although the game should start this year. The latest rumors about są contradictions becauseż some ńіdzą, żyfirst show żyżęć się are still on vacation, while others areą sentence, &zdo;beśbefore &n;it will appearę Starfield. This meansłhope,&lzot;that we will not be able to get behind the wheelśearlyśfall;.
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