New ‘Forza Motorsport’ the most popular racing video game is now 4K resolution at 60FPS

The new ‘Forza Motorsport’ the most popular racing video game sagas is going to been seen in 4K resolution, at 60FPS  and with the spectacular Apollo IE dressed as racing protagonist

just a few days ago, we were happy to learn that one of the most popular racing video game sagas is going to debut a new installment. This is the eighth title in the ‘Forza Motorsport’ franchise .

This time the ‘Forza Motorsport’ (without 8 in its title) has been brought forward for the Xbox Series X at a Microsoft event, and will continue to be a game true to its principles, with realism and flag simulation as we have seen in the first trailer.

new 'Forza Motorsport' will be more realistic than ever, using 4K resolution at 60 frames per second

The latest from ‘Forza Motorsport’, still without a release date

Leaving far behind the most arcade game styles such as the ‘Forza Horizon’, this new ‘Forza Motorsport’ will be more realistic than ever, using 4K resolution at 60 frames per second . In addition, according to its developers, a technology called “ray tracing” has been implemented for more elaborate lighting effects than ever.

This trailer is but a first show of strength of what ‘Forza Motorsport’ will be capable of in its next iteration. There is still a long way to go to see the final result or to see a first gameplay of the game; Furthermore , Microsoft has not yet even announced an estimated date for the launch of this title.

All the action will be focused on racing, with physics and piloting skills being the best tactic to win over fans of wheel and pedal board games. The artifices and special effects are left out, luckily.

Fidelity with real motorsports will be key in the ‘Forza Motorsport’ and for this first trailer we have been able to see how one of the chosen protagonists has been the spectacular Apollo Intensa Emozione , a car of which only 10 units will be manufactured for everything the world, but thanks to Microsoft we have been able to see racing dresses in various versions.

Other cars that have been seen rolling on the Laguna Seca circuit (and its legendary Corkscrew) have been the BAC Mono and a prototype of Mazda for the American IMSA championship.

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