Turn 10 Studios has announced that it will introduce a larger
list of permanent Multiplayer Hoppers to Forza Motorsport 7. These include the full,
complete list of fan-favourite Class Hoppers, as well as various Playground Hoppers
that longtime Forza fans have come to expect. These include Unlimited Drift and
Drag, as well as fun modes such as Tag and Keep the It.
The changes to Multiplayer Hoppers were announced in in the
Motorsport Week in Review and have been done in response to fan-feedback.
Earlier this month, Turn 10 began rotating the Multiplayer Hoppers on offer in
Forza Motorsport 7 by introducing new ones and cycling out others based on
player engagement. Fans were vocal about these changes, and thus, Turn 10 has
responded accordingly, updating its plan on how it will rotate available lobbies
in Forza Motorsport 7 going forward.
Forza Motorsport 7 will feature a larger list of what Turn
10 is calling “evergreen” Hoppers. These include both Class and Playground
Hoppers – and will be available permanently in Forza Motorsport 7. That means
every class will be represented with its own Hopper from E Class through X Class,
and these Hoppers will always be available and open to players without homologated
These new Class Hoppers will replace the current Breakout
Class Hoppers available today in Forza Motorsport 7, and like in Forza
Motorsport 6, these new ones will blacklist certain vehicles from being allowed
to participate. These include SUVs, crossovers, and most open-wheel cars.
There will also be Unlimited Hoppers for Drift, Drag, and Playground
Games variants. Here’s a list of the permanent Hoppers you can expect from
Forza Motorsport 7 moving forward:
In addition to the above permanent Hoppers, Turn 10 will
also rotate a different subset of Multiplayer Hoppers in and out on a regular
basis. These will most likely include Homologated Divisions, such as IndyCar,
NASCAR, and Forza Endurance GT, as well as Simulation and Ghost lobbies. Turn 10
is also open to feedback on these new evergreen Multiplayer Hoppers, with the
developer saying it would like to hear how fans feel about them.
These changes to Multiplayer Hoppers will be enabled soon
and are the latest update to come to Forza Motorsport 7 in response to fan-feedback.
Earlier this week, Turn 10 released the K1 Speed Car
Pack alongside the April Content
Update after an unplanned delay.
As well as the seven new vehicles to collect, drive, and
customize included in the pack, there were several new features, improvements,
and tweaks made to the overall Forza Motorsport 7 experience, including the
introduction of the new Race Telemetry feature in Spectate and the Test Drive
mode in Multiplayer. Check out our previous stories for further details on
these, as well as a glimpse on what might be
coming to the game in the future.
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