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Forza Motorsport 6 - Xbox One
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- Breathtaking graphics at 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second
- Collect and race over 450 Forzvista cars, all featuring cockpits, damage and customization
- 2-player split-screen racing, 24-player races, and realistic Drivatar opponents deliver packed tracks and unrivaled action.
- By learning to drive like your friends, Drivatar technology and the Xbox Live cloud
- Deliver real-human behavior, giving you dynamic human-like opponents.
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As Real As It Gets
- Breathtaking graphics at 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second.
- Witness the spectacle of night racing under the stadium lights of Daytona and the intense claustrophobia of racing by headlight in the utter blackness of Le Mans’ back stretch.
- Experience the immersion of racing in the rain as working wipers barely clear the spray and tires hydroplane across physically based 3D puddles.
- Collect and race over 450 Forzvista cars, all featuring cockpits, damage and customization.
- Tour 26 world-famous locales, including 10 newly captured tracks, all built from the ground up for Xbox One.
- Relive the classic races and epic rivalries that have defined motorsports’ greatest moments.
- Home of the greatest racing, tuning and painting community in gaming.
- New Forza Race Leagues and online spectating combine to give everyone the thrill of professional competitive multiplayer racing.
- Compete in epic 24 player races in campaign mode and on Xbox Live.
- By learning to drive like your friends, Drivatar technology and the Xbox Live cloud deliver real human behavior, giving you dynamic human-like opponents.
Platform for Display: Xbox One | Edition: Standard
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Forza Motorsport 6 Standard Edition
The Forza Motorsport 6 Standard Edition includes Forza Motorsport 6, Forza Hub, and the Ten Year Anniversary Car Pack, which features 10 specially tuned and liveried cars, including the 2009 Ferrari 458 Italia, the 2014 Lamborghini Hurácan and the 2013 McLaren P1.
As Real As It Gets
Breathtaking graphics at 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second. Wet weather, 3D puddles, and night racing test your driving skills. Cutting-edge ForzaTech engine powers the unrelenting action and state-of-the-art physics at simulation speed.
Ultimate Car Fantasy
The most cars of any racing game this generation. More than 450 cars all immaculately recreated and customizable, and complete with working cockpits and full damage. Tour 26 world-famous locales including Daytona, Le Mans, and more.
Never Race Alone
Home of the greatest racing, tuning and painting community in gaming. 2-player split-screen racing, 24-player races, and realistic Drivatar opponents deliver packed tracks and unrivaled action.
Collect and customize over 450 Forzavista cars in the most beautiful and comprehensive racing game of this generation. Compete in epic multiplayer races on world-famous tracks.
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Top Customer Reviews
- Classic Forza racing action.
- The rain dynamic adds to the races.
- No more micro-transactions, you earn everything the good ol’ fashioned way.
- You can finally tune your car before the races again!!!
- Prize spins
- The beginning feels a lot like the demo
- No auction house
- No Maple Valley
- No Jeremy Clarkson
- Engine swaps didn’t get improved
Forza Motorsport 5, when looking back at it, was an over-glorified demo. It’s lack of cars, lack of tracks, coupled with new features like drivatars and micro transactions made the game feel as if it showed off what the Xbox One can do, but not what it’s fully capable of.
Enter in Forza Motorsport 6.
This entry into the series feels like a worthy addition. 450+ cars, all of the tracks from 5 plus a dozen more, and other added features compliment a rich racing experience brought forth by its predecessors.
If you played the demo, you’d feel something awfully strange about the beginning of the game. They’re virtually identical. The introductory races, the car choices, and the paint schemes you can select are all the same. The only difference between the first three races on the demo and in the game is that the third race in the game is the Circuit of the Americas race in Texas instead of the rain-soaked event at Sebring (full). Also, in the game, you are only able to change your controls after those races are done, so be aware of that.
Once you get going in the meat of the action, it’s classic Forza. Robust racing action with you holding onto the edge of your seat while trying to ponder how to set up the guy in front of you entering the next sequence of corners. The rewind feature helps with the action you can’t avoid.Read more ›
I started getting into racing games for the first time after playing Forza Horizon 2 which is high quality like this game. But the games are very different. Horizon 2 is an open world (really cool), there's no set race tracks so you go from road to flying through fields, running over farms. It's a lot more arcade like (but incredibly nice). Motorsport is more set for a sim and is set on famous tracks all around the world.
/// Difficulty ///
They want very casual players to enjoy the game just as people who have a $500 racing wheel that spends hundreds of hours on these games. So you can go in knowing nothing about cars, like literally - nothing and still enjoy it. But if you know a lot about cars, it makes the game a lot better.. you can appreciate the insane amount of detail they put into car upgrades and features for a huge selection of cars.
/// Game Modes ///
It has MANY game modes but unlike other racing games, there's zero clutter. My first time playing Motorsport, I was easily able to see where the main campaign was compared to special modes and multiplayer.
You get to decide which campaigns you want to race, not the developers. If you want to race hatch backs, then you get to do that immediately without any wait. And again, there are MANY campaigns for each type of car and then it even delves deeper into that ie new muscle cars, vintage, american vintage, etc.
/// Graphics ///
The best for Xbox One.
Truly, it's as simple as that. There's no other racing game for Xbox One that's as nice, it even looks better than Horizon 2.Read more ›
Yes, the tracks are well laid out and the cars are rendered almost to perfection. There is no doubting that the graphics and game-play physics are outstanding. It is indeed a fun game to play and look at, and with twenty four cars on the track, night racing, and rain, what could possibly go wrong? Sadly a lot, if you bought this game to enjoy a single player racing simulation experience. Where should I begin? Ah yes...
DRIVATARS: A great concept in theory, but flawed in it's execution. It's like Turn 10 decided that "If you don't want to race online, we'll bring online racing to you". Just as with 'Forza 5', you are stuck competing with Drivatars from various skill levels, which sadly means you are competing with people who chose to crate their Drivatar using full on arcade settings. For those of us who choose to race with all handicaps off, it puts at a disadvantage at times. The arcade mode Drivatars cling to the track like slot cars while your fighting through each turn hanging on for dear life. Even when you tune your car's handling, it can often times become impossible to hang with them. The game is in dire need of settings or options that allow you to add or delete certain drivers/Drivatars, as well a force all Drivatars to use the same setting you are using. Sadly I am being forced to race with friend's Drivatars who do not play racing games, but took the time to create Drivatars with full arcade settings. It has turned most of the racing into a smash up derby fest which has completely ruined career mode, and speaking of career mode...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My son had a gift card to spend that he received for graduation, and he had been wanting to buy Forza Motorsport 6 - Xbox One, so he decided to get it with his gift card. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Jackie Twinam
Simply the best realistic racing game available. I really love how you can feel the brakes juddering and the car losing grip based on the vibration in the triggers. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
So this game has been out for about six months, or something like that, and I play this game WAY too often. But can you blame me? This game is FANTASTIC! It's practically flawless. Read morePublished 3 days ago by KilrMarshmallow
The game is a lot of fun but there are three cars I want them to add 1, 1966 Chevrolet Corvair 2, a 1955 Nash rambler and 3, 1957 Cadillac Eldorado.Published 4 days ago by Carrie Burton
I received a open package with no game disc inside. Someone tried to tape it shut. The only thing in there was downloadable content, diffitly will be getting my money back or... Read morePublished 4 days ago by LATRAVIS L CONDERY
Amazing gameplay. Great attention to detail, when you use the in-cockpit view you feel like you're sitting in the actual car. Read morePublished 8 days ago by G Money