Still trying to nail that apex and power your way down the straights of Forza Motorsport 7? You’ll no doubt be pleased to hear that a new update bringing improvements galore, new free cars and a paid Totino’s pack have now hit the game.
Arriving to coincide with the latest update for Forza 7 are a couple of free cars and the Totino’s Car Pack. Now, free is always good in our eyes and so that is where we will start. As of now the 2019 Hyundai Veloster N and Turbo Free Car Pack (which includes both the 2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo N and the Veloster Turbo) are available for you to get your mitts on.
Additionally, the Totino’s Car Pack has arrived to deliver another 7 cracking vehicles to the market. Whilst you’ll need to pay real hard cash for the pack, the inclusion of some stunning cars should mean it is well worth taking a look at. The following are all included and you can grab it from the Microsoft Store for £5.79:
- 2017 BMW #24 BMW Team RLL M6 GTLM
- 1997 Lotus Elise GT1
- 1967 Nissan R380 II
- 1970 Citroen 2CV
- 1968 Subaru 360
- 1993 Porsche 911 Turbo S Leichtbau
- 1967 Volkswagen Type 3 1600 L
Updates wise and the following improvements have also hit home. Thanks to Brian Ekberg, the Forza Community Manager for the info…
– Fixed an issue where, in a game of Tag, a player would see the notification “You are it!” despite not actually being “It.”
– Fixed an issue where some players would lose audio in the Main Menu after disconnecting from a public multiplayer race.
– Fixed a bug where the Ferrari 599 GTO would not change engine sounds after installing the Twin Turbo aspiration upgrade.
– Fixed an issue where setting Dynamic Optimization to “on” after having manually adjusted Advanced settings does not override Advanced settings.
– Fixed an issue where some players’ games were crashing when browsing cars in various screens.
– Fixed an issue where audio was not heard when navigating up and down in the Current, Past & Future Leagues series tabs.
– Fixed an issue where, if a player entered a Text to Speech message using only symbols, the game would crash.
– Rewards sequence now players for both Player 1 and Player 2 in Splitscreen.
– Fixed an issue whether neither player in Splitscreen could access the #Forzathon menu.
– When setting up “Number of Laps” or “Time”-based End Condition, players will now automatically default to intuitive “Scoring Type” and “Bigger is Better” settings.
– Fixed an issue where the 1962 Porsche 804 would not race against any other 804 models in Free Play.
– Fixed an issue where players could use rewind to quickly to gain multiple completed laps on certain #Forzathon events.
– Players can now cancel matchmaking after moving into a new band by pressing the B button.
– Fixed an issue where some players would see hitching in Leagues over multiple consecutive races.
– Fixed an issue in Bowling and Autocross events, where the objective would not update in the pre-race menu if the player changed the difficulty via the “suggested difficulty change pop-up”.
– Fixed an issue where “Engine Specification” pop-up would appear in Forzavista in some cases.
– When selecting the number of laps for a race, lap count will accelerate as player scrolls to larger numbers.
– Fixed an issue where only hood or bumper cameras were used for replay sequence on Maple Valley Reverse.
– Fixed an issue where only English keyboard is shown whenever a user had their game or console language set to something other than English.
I decent set of improvements and the promise of free cars is always something that goes down well on these shores. Do you agree? Will you be heading straight back in to Forza 7 and putting yourself on the grid once more? Let us know below!