After spending some time in silent development, Turn 10 has announced a new feature for Forza Motorsport: corner mastery with social features and leaderboards.
Turn 10 Studios' long-awaited racing could get its first look on June 12th but may release far later than expected, as per insider Tom Henderson.
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Some players can get to play an early version of the game.
Lots of racing to do.
Microsoft is preparing for the next console war but there's plenty inbound for current gen players.
Turn 10 describes it as "so vastly different and an amazing experience."
The Xbox boss believes Microsoft can give its studios more time to make their games.
The studio wants the community more heavily involved in the development process this time.
The developers confirm that they are all in on Forza 7 right now, instead of working on Forza 8.