The April Car Pack for Forza Motorsport 7 has been pushed
back to Thursday, April 12th, developer Turn 10 Studios has announced. The news
was shared in the DLC
Clue Thread on the official Forza Forums for the upcoming Car Pack, in
which Turn 10 says its release date has been “postponed.”
Car Pack and Content Update was originally scheduled to be released on
Tuesday, April 10th for Forza Motorsport 7. An official reason was not provided
for the delay.
As for the clues themselves, there’s a total of seven cryptic
and vague teases from Community Writer John Schommer – representing each of the
seven cars to be included in the April Car Pack. Check them out below and be
sure to post your guesses over on the Forza
Car 6 sounds like it’ll be the 1985 Nissan #83 Electramotive
Engineering GTP ZX-Turbo. This one will be featured in the upcoming April Car
Pack Rivals Challenge and was accidently revealed in last week’s Forza Motorsport Week
in Review before being sneakily removed.
These clues will be explained on the official #ThursdayThingo
livestream on Mixer
and Twitch where
the logic behind the clues will be revealed alongside the official debut of this
month’s Car Pack on April 12th at 10am PDT (1pm EST, 6pm BST).
In addition to the new cars, the April Content Update for
Forza Motorsport 7 will introduce the all-new Telemetry map in Spectate mode.
This enhanced map will offer viewers “a detailed look at the action on the
track” when spectating live race events. Turn 10 will also introduce the ForzaRC
Tanner Foust Challenge to the game on April 11th, replacing the ForzaRC
Bounty Hunter Ladder Challenge.
The official reveal of the April Car Pack and Content Update
for Forza Motorsport 7 will come sometime next week ahead of its release on
April 12th, so stay tuned for FullThrottle Media for all the details on the
cars, features, and fixes to be included in this latest version of the game.
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