Of course, when your competition is DriveClub, that’s not exactly a big deal…
The Japanese website for Forza Motorsport 6 mistakenly went live a bit prematurely. It was pulled down, but not before the enterprising folks at All Games Beta managed to nab a screenshot, which you can see above (click on it to see it enlarged).
The website’s flavor text boasts of many new improvements to Forza 6, including “wet weather, 3D puddles, and night racing” along with “state-of-the-art-physics at simulation speed.” The page also claimed that the game will run at 1080p and 50FPS… which makes no sense, so the 50FPS is probably a typo, and it was meant to be 60FPS. If that is true, it will indeed be impressive performance that Turn 10 will have managed to extract from the Xbox One hardware.
That’s not all, either. The page also claimed that Forza Motorsport 6 will have ‘more cars than any other racing game this generation;’ of course, when the competition is DriveClub, which launched with less than half a hundred cars (and has still not hit a hundred after nearly a year’s worth of DLC and free updates), and Forza 5, which launched with a truncated roster, that’s not a big deal. But the hard numbers look impressive- the game will have 450 different models available, it seems like.
Forza Motorsport 6 is anticipated to be featured prominently at Microsoft’s E3 this year, and to release later this year exclusively on Xbox One. Stay tuned to GamingBolt for more coverage and information.