It’s been sat there teasing a whole world of gamers ever since the launch of Forza Motorsport 7 back in October but now, finally, Forza Leagues are a thing – and to celebrate the fact, a whole new Car Pack has also dropped.
So, first things first and the Leagues in Forza 7 are here. No matter your skill level, if you can grab a controller and fire up Forza 7, then the leagues are something you should be checking out. The first season is now live and it’ll give you, and many many others from around the world, the chance to test your skills and win awesome in-game prizes.
The leagues are split into seasons, each of which consists of week long series’ with multiple events. With players grouped into skills bands, you’ll find yourself moving up and down through the rankings as things progress. Daily rewards are on offer to those who participate, with the likes of credits, cars, badges and Driver Gear all promised.
And whilst that’s the biggy, that’s not the only addition and the latest update for Forza 7 also brings numerous fixes and improvements to the table. Race lengths can move up to 1000 laps or 24 hours, whilst speech to text allows players who cannot hear, the ability to see any conversation.
But still there is more and today we are also seeing the Doritos Car Pack hit Forza 7. This brings together classic racers and hardcore SUVs with 7 new cars covering 6 decades of driving. The likes of the BMW 328 are included, as is the Porsche Cayenne Turbo, the Nissan Safari and more. In fact, the full list of cars included in the Doritos Car Pack is as follows…
- 2018 Porsche Cayenne Turbo
- 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk
- 1962 Porsche 804
- 1939 BMW 328
- 1955 Chevrolet 150 Utility Sedan
- 1985 Nissan Safari
- 1926 Bugatti Type 35
You’ll find the Doritos Car Pack is included in the Forza 7 Car Pass, or is available right now from the Microsoft Store for £5.79
Now fire up that game and go check out all the new content.