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- This game includes: Forza Motorsport 7 game disc, Steel book case, early access starting 9/29/2017, Forza Motorsport 7 Car Pass, The Day One Car Pack, and VIP membership.
- Forza Motorsport 7 VIP membership features exclusive rewards you can't get anywhere else! Forza Motorsport VIPs receive exclusive VIP cars, VIP Driver Gear Suits, as well as five 100% CR bonus Mod cards (five uses each per card), and more.
- 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.
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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.
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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. Race in 30 famous destinations and 200 ribbons. The Forza Motorsport 7 Ultimate Edition includes Steel book case, early access allowing you to play four days early beginning September 29, the Forza Motorsport 7 Car Pass, The Day One Car Pack, and VIP membership. Forza Motorsport 7 VIP membership features exclusive rewards you can't get anywhere else! Forza Motorsport VIPs receive exclusive VIP cars, VIP Driver Gear Suits, as well as five 100% CR bonus Mod cards (five uses each per card), and more. Get your VIP membership today!
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This was advertised initially as "100% CR bonus Mods", I completely understand how mods work after playing previous editions of this game. Nowhere in the item description did it say anything about there being a limit to the number of races that you could use this "Mod". The description of this edition was changed to "five 100% CR bonus Mod cards (five uses each per card)" after the game was released, shady shady SHADY! As a player of previous editions I knew and felt that this was the best way to get credits in order to have no real restriction on car upgrades, car purchases, etc. To truly enjoy every aspect of the game.
We have been taken advantage of by both Turn 10 and Microsoft and its a shame because 99% of the people who buy this edition are players who love this franchise and have purchased multiple copies of their previous games. Well I won't make that mistake again.
There is also the VIP scam that they pulled. It's really pissing me off because I love this series so much that they screwed this one up.
Though, in those crates are varying levels of goods from "Common" to "Legendary", with the more expensive the crate increasing your odds of getting something "Legendary", which may be a race suit, or may be a car, which again, with cars being more expensive and the VIP perk going away makes this look more like a money grab.
With this same thing, you're thinking "OK, I'll buy the cars I want with in-game credits", which you can't, at least not right off the bat. You have to work your way up to certain tiers to be able to purchase these cars, and you do need some of these cars for certain races. You can get some of these cars through leveling up and get some points to go up the tiers that way, but they're not as much as if you purchased the cars yourself. That's right, in order to purchase the higher tiered cars you have to spend your credits to get up to that level first.
Then, in order to make it so that you have quite a bit more of a challenge when you change the difficulty, to, you know, get more in game credits, they plain out cheat. In the photos that I've attached, though they are from the PC version, show this in the telemetry data. The yellow car, which is the AI, makes 2082 kW while the white car produces 418.
Keeping in the same vein, if you use ANY form of assist while driving, prepare for it to not work as well as it did in Forza 6. I, for the life of me, could not win on a higher difficulty (though not as high as the one with the 5 times as much power setting) with traction control on. When I turned it off I was finishing the races 2 or 3 seconds a lap faster than the next fastest car. It is incredibly aggressive in limiting tire slippage and slows you down immensely. The stability control? Yeah, that doesn't work either.
So yeah, plain, flat out money grab. They make it more difficult to get credits, that you need for literally everything, so you can buy their "loot crates".
The recommendation algorithm really, REALLY, sucks. I purchased a car that it recommended and it was literally the complete opposite of my driving style and type of car that I would normally use.
The AI, while not as aggressive, are kind of an untouchable brick; if they touch you, you deal with the effects, if you touch them, you deal with the effects. And at some speeds, some types of vehicles, and some weather conditions, that can mean the difference between 1st and 24th place.
On the upside? Maple Valley is back! New cars, and Forza Edition cars that give you some extra in game credits. The weather and time change effects are a welcome change, as is the not spinning out when you happen to clip a puddle.
If I would have known it'd be an updated version of Forza 5 I wouldn't have purchased it; I would have stuck with 6 and paid for the DLC.
They've indeed fixed the VIP complaints regarding the double base payout.
Just this past update on 11/3, they released their "Xbox One X update" (yes, that's the real name for it) which enabled #Forzathon, the auction house (I think), and more multiplayer race modes. I'm going to leave that be since I didn't originally review it on those, but some people may see an issue with those features being pushed/released just a couple days before the Xbox One X release. They also worked something..I'm not sure what..with the AI. They're not quite an unmovable brick, though it does take some work to move them. They are slightly more aggressive, and just a little more inclined to stay on the track and pass you back than before.
Lastly, an update in my original review with the cars being pricier. It's because they go through a homogenization where every single car that you buy/get has the same upgrades in the interest of making the multiplayer races more equal for all players. The result I have no problem with, the way that they get there is where my issue lies. What essentially happens is you pay for the upgrades that they determine you need to fit the series tire size, tire type, and horsepower. If you don't like it you have to spend more credits to change things around to your liking. Personally, I'm a fan of less power and better grip/control, so I don't need all the engine upgrades and could use it somewhere else, like upgraded transmissions so I can change the gearing, or brakes, so I can adjust the balance and pressure amounts. But, I've already paid for those upgrades that I'm not using.
All told, if Amazon did half stars I'd be giving this a 2.5, but since they don't, a 3 it is.
Tangentially, this whole thing has left so thoroughly a sour taste in my mouth regarding Microsoft that I'm not going to preorder any of their games, which I think says something since they're a huge publisher and they own some of the companies that develop the games. They completely blew any goodwill and trust I had that they wouldn't try to be so blatantly anti-consumer. Prior to this game coming out I had an Xbox One X preodered to keep at my house and I was going to bring my current Xbox One to my cottage so I wouldn't have to lug it around to play this game; I have since cancelled that preorder.
The recent promise to bring back the 2x VIP "at some point in the future" and a bribe of 5 new Forza Edition cars and a million credits wasn't enough to keep me playing. The recent patch that nerfed all of the Forza Edition cars to remove XP was the last straw. I know they had to fix a glitch that was being abused (I did not use it), but removing the XP bonuses entirely was not necessary and negated the value of the VIP Forza Edition cars. I have returned the game.
I preordered back in July and am disappointed by the unannounced (at the time) changes to VIP. I don't want the hassle of a return/rebuy to the standard edition, but I do wish that Turn 10 and Microsoft were honest upfront about the changes. The double credits are the main reason I bought VIP. This does impact my decision on whether to further invest in the Microsoft ecosystem with an upgrade to the Xbox One X. I will also not be pre-ordering any more Microsoft games, but rather wait for the reviews and revised marketing copy.