Luckily, there are some solid reasons to buy the next major release in Microsoft’s long-running series of racing games. The game has 700 cars and 30 rebuilt tracks that are more realistic than in past games. To go along with that realism, the new dynamic weather system changes track conditions as you race. Only Forza 7 lets you customize the avatar that steers your car. In fact, Forza 7 pre-orders come with items to dress your character in on release day.
Beyond those feature upgrades, you should really buy the game for its upgraded visuals. The Xbox One X is Microsoft’s new console for gamers that value visuals and Forza 7 is the only new game from Microsoft that is fully compatible with 4K television sets and has a 60 frames-per-second refresh rate. If you plan to buy the Xbox One X for $499 in November, you want this game to show off what your new console can really do.
These are the reasons you should buy Forza 7 when it launches on October 3rd, 2017. If some of these new features and perks appeal to you, pre-order the game at GameStop, Best Buy, Amazon or the Microsoft Store today.
5 Reasons to Buy Forza 7
- Forza 7 Looks Stunning
- Forza 7 Has A Lot of New Cars
- New Racer & Car Customization
- New Forza 7 Campaign
- You Can Play Forza 7 in More Places
- Capture 4K Game Footage with GameDVR
Forza 7 Looks Stunning
Your reasons for buying Forza 7 should start with the game’s looks. After all, Forza 7 is all about realistic racing and the game’s graphics are a big part of that realism. If what you see on the screen doesn’t look like you’re really racing, you won’t feel like you’re really racing.
Forza 7 has 4K visuals on the Xbox One X and Windows 10 PCs. Because of that, everything you see on the screen is more detailed on a 4K television or monitor. Xbox One and Xbox One S owners get slight visual upgrades too, just not to the degree Xbox One X gamers and PC gamers get.
Xbox One S owners with a HDR and 4K TV will notice the game’s wider color contrast. That’s because of its High-Dynamic Range support.
Finally, Microsoft has unchained the game’s frame rate on the Xbox One X and Windows 10. The company is guaranteeing 60 frames per second on the Xbox One X, which should translate to very smooth visuals. The PC version’s frame rate depends on how robust the hardware inside your computer is.