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Forza Motorsport is coming ‘later this year’ GamesRadar+

Not all new tech gadgets necessarily lead to a better game.

Forza Motorsport has been looking for the kind of game you’ve actually wanted for a long time. Not a sim, not an arcade, and the single-player career mode is too inconsistent and gives too much too quickly to be satisfying, because Turn 10 (and Playground for Horizon) are terrified that people will quit if they don’t kill all the cars within 5 seconds of starting the game in Employment status.

FM4 was still one A little fun, but since FM5 left the single player after an hour or two, there’s nothing fun about it. No progression, two-lap races where you almost always start from the back (therefore the AI ​​is forced down to allow you to win, even at higher levels), and you can choose almost all race classes from the first moment.

I always scratch my head why they always try to impose one way to play. Gran Turismo had a good idea at the time to choose ‘arcade’ and ‘simulation’ mode: with the first you can just do whatever you want, with the second you are presented with a campaign where you can choose your own path to start from working up a used Toyota ae86 to LMP1. Why not “steal” this model and develop it further?

I’m afraid FM7 will return to “nice graphics and tech, but you get 20 supercars for free the first time you log in and you still have to grind the steering wheel”. Boooooooooooooring.

[Reactie gewijzigd door Khrome op 24 april 2023 17:47]

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