Forza Motorsport gameplay trailer confirms racing royalty is back

Forza Motorsport Gameplay Trailer: Multiple cars can be seen racing

For racing game fans, it’s safe to say that the Forza franchise is racing game royalty. Forza Motorsport (the first one) was released way back in 2005 and, since then, we’ve seen seven Forza Motorsport titles and five Forza Horizon titles. That’s a lot of racing, right? Well, Turn 10 isn’t hanging up it’s coat just yet. There’s a new Forza Motorsport game coming – after five long years without one – and it looks incredible.

During the 2022 Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase, Turn 10 turned our attention from Microsoft’s other upcoming releases with a new Forza Motorsport trailer – and it looks absolutely incredible.

On top of that, Turn 10 took a deep dive into the game, which details the real-time ray tracing the game will feature and Turn 10 called it “the most technically advanced racing game ever made”. Maple Valley is where the game takes place and the time of day as your race can change the track as you race. 

The game is set to release in Spring 2023 on Xbox, PC, and Cloud and will be available on Game Pass at launch.

If you want to know even more about this upcoming motorsport game, you can watch a deeper dive below:

The next Forza Motorsport title was teased a lot longer ago than you might think. During 2020’s Xbox Games Showcase (before Bethesda got involved), Turn 10 shared the following teaser trailer:

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It’s been a long time since we got our first look at this new racing game and it’s clear that Turn 10 has been hard at work building on what was an impressive announcement.

If this has got you in the mood for a bit of racing yourself, you can check out the best PS5 racing games and the best Xbox racing games here. We also have the latest on the F1 22 release date here – if you’re looking for something a little more specific.

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