At the Detroit Auto Show in January 2015, Forza Motorsport 6 was announced and after that we didn’t hear much about it. But now the company has released a new commercial of the game, taking viewers through the history of racing video games.
The Forza titles have enhanced graphically throughout their time on Xbox and the upcoming title will take the content and racing simulating even further. It will offer supremely realistic physics, simulated car speeds along with the biggest offering of cars of this generation. The company presented the stunning visuals of the upcoming game and admired some iconic racing games like Gran Trak 10, R.C. Pro-Am, Pole Position, Outrun, Chase H.Q. and Ridge Racer.
In a video description on YouTube, the company wrote:
“With the introduction of Forza Motorsport 6, as real as it gets racing, has become a reality. Every pixel and line of code ever written has been leading up to this moment. And the dreams of every game developer and every gamer who’s ever made or played a racing game over the past 40-years are finally being realized. With unrelenting action in full HD and state-of-the-art physics at simulation speed and the most cars and tracks of this generation, this is Forza Motorsport 6 and this is what we’ve been racing towards.”
Limited Forza Motorsport 6 Xbox One consoles coming:
Microsoft is also preparing to launch a limited edition console to accompany the title. The limited edition of Microsoft’s gaming console will boast a racing-inspired design, combining custom automotive effects with an iconic sports car. It will come with 1TB storage, a digital copy of the game and matching wireless controller.
Cost and availability:
Forza Motorsport 6 will be available in the US on September 15th costing $60. To the gamers living in Japan it will be available on the 17th and in Europe on the 18th.