The Forza series is celebrating its 10th birthday this year. Forza 6 is slated to arrive on the Xbox One in just a few days. The latest of iteration of the series includes some notable changes to the racer, which includes online leagues, an expanded lineup of Forzavista Cars, and tracks with night racing & wet racing to name a few of the notable changes to the game.
William and Kyle sit down to play a few rounds of the racer. While Kyle isn’t a huge fan of the Forza series, William has played every one of them. We take a couple of different vehicles out for a spin in the final version of Forza 6 on the Sebring International Raceway in the rain, Rio in dry and sunny conditions, and try to tackle Circuit de Spa Francorchamps in the darkness.
Forza 6 offers a familiar feature set to what it has offered in other recent releases in the series. Deep customization for cars, the Drivatar system returns, the Forza series has never looked better than it does with Forza Motorsport 6 in 1080p 60FPS on Xbox One.
The biggest changes to the gameplay are in the night and wet racing options on tracks, which changes things up pretty significantly as you can see in the video below.
Forza Motorsport 6 launches for Xbox One September 15th.