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- Experience realism at the limits with ForzaTech delivering 60 fps and true 4K resolution in HDR.
- The ultimate automotive playset features over 700 Forzavista cars and 30 world-famous destinations.
- Everyone can compete: featuring the Forza Racing Championship Esports league, enhanced spectating modes, and amazing split-screen play.
- Xbox One Console Exclusive
- Games play better on Xbox One X. Forza Motorsport 7 is enhanced to deliver the best in true 4K gaming.
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True 4K Performance
Experience realism at the limits with ForzaTech delivering 60 fps and true 4K resolution in HDR – a visual showcase.
The ultimate automotive playset
Unrivaled car list featuring more than 700 ForzaVista cars, including the largest collection of Ferraris, Lamborghinis and Porsches ever.
Everyone can compete
featuring the Forza Racing Championship esports league, enhanced spectating modes, and amazing split-screen play.
Games play better on Xbox One X
Forza Motorsport 7 is enhanced to deliver the best in true 4K gaming.
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THE ULTIMATE RACING EXPERIENCE. BUILT FOR 4K. The best-selling racing franchise on any platform this generation. Experience the thrill of motorsport at the limit with the most comprehensive, beautiful and authentic racing game ever made. Enjoy gorgeous graphics at 60fps and true 4K resolution in HDR. Collect and race more than 700 cars. Challenge yourself across 30 famous destinations and 200 ribbons, where race conditions can change every lap and every race.
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I've been a long time Forza player since the original Forza, I might have skipped Forza 4, but played a majority of them. I do have the agree with most reviews on here with the tuning aspect of Forza. It's pretty much non-existent, but has been since Forza 5 as I recall. The game plays almost exactly like Forza 6 in my opinion. This is pretty much 6.5 without much improvement that I can see as of yet. With the 4k Xbox coming out, it might sway some.
In regards to the prize crates, its not as much as a big deal as everyone is making it out to be from my perspective. All it does it give you cars, driver suits and mod cards, big deal. This was pretty much like Forza 6 just delivered in a different manner.
The graphics and mechanics of the game are pretty identical to Forza 6.
One thing about the game that I found disappointing is them deciding to get rid of the extra credits for turning off assists. Bummer.
I know they say 700 cars, but I don't see it. They put a different decal # on the car and consider it an entirely different car. It's like you actually get like 200-300 different cars. Just a marketing gimmick IMO, but all racing games seem to do it. I believe this Forza brings back some old tracks that older Forza racers will appreciate.
It feels like Turn 10 may have run out of ideas for their racing franchise.
If you have Forza 6, you might want to consider skipping Forza 7 unless you need/want the 4k graphics when available. Not a bad game, but definitely not a great game.
Aside from the complaints that others have, the quality control in either the disc or the code is crap.
Like I said, it looked great. When it worked.
While I'm sure this issue will be resolved before too long, I'm letting this rating stand as a reminder that pushing out an unfinished game is poor marketing. Turn 10 has a history of incredible games and solid innovation. Overall this title lacks the kind of ambition and craftsmanship that has earned the franchise a solid fan base. Check out the Forza Motorsport forums (with their gestapo-like moderators) to get an idea of how that fan base is currently eroding.
Here are all the things I am disappointed with:
The menu system and UI are more confusing and slower than the previous game. Some of their UI decision really have me scratching my head. I've had the menus lag HARD at certain points.
The races now take forever to load.
The ai drivers can be infuriating to race against. They are dumb and will ram into you, drive you off the track and brake in the worst areas. I used to like the series due to it's ai being a competitive challenge, but not so much anymore.
No Qualifications for any races... Really? For a racing simulator? I would love to be able to crank the difficulty and earn a better pole position.
LOCKING certian cars off behind loot boxes, driver rewards, limited dealers seems fishy to me.
They made no attempt to improve customization or the livery editor from the past two Forza games. It's literally the same options from Horizon 3 and Motorsports 6. Can we please have more manufacturer decals so I can make a better looking racecar?
Split screen is just broken. No sound from the cars engines. Did they not see this bug? LOVED racing split screen with my friends logged into his profile. We'd both earn experience and cash then buy more cars to race each other. This is no longer the case. Only player 1 earns money. And if player two wants to buy a car, you have to restart the game. Nice.....
I could go on, but that just makes me sad. There are parts to this game that really are nice, and unique. But in the end, I think I'll be holding onto Forza Motorsport 6.
Edit: There was a 30+ GB update that solved this issue, so the game is playable now. I do really enjoy the game, however now I’ll sometimes start a race and the is randomly no audio for the race. If you quit the race and start again it usually works, so it isn’t something in the sound settings.
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Aside from fancier rendering and 'more cars' with each iteration, the franchise has not improved in any significant way since Forza 4.Read more