Forza Motorsport 7

Forza 7 June Update Debuting Next Week Alongside ‘Forza Monthly’ Livestream

Article By 
Alan Walsh
June 1, 2018
Forza Motorsport 7

Forza 7 June Update Debuting Next Week Alongside ‘Forza Monthly’ Livestream

Article By 
Alan Walsh
June 1, 2018

Turn 10 Studios has announced that its next Forza Motorsport 7 Content Update will release on Tuesday, June 5th. It will be accompanied by the Hoonigan Car Pack, however before then, the developer plans to host a new streaming show from its new broadcast studio in Downtown Seattle on Monday, June 4th at 3pm Pacific (6pm EDT, 11pm BST).

Announced in the latest Forza Motorsport Week in Review, the new ‘Forza Monthly’ live-show will be broadcasted “in celebration of all the good stuff coming in June.” The inaugural show this coming Monday will take viewers through all the content debiting in Forza Motorsport 7 this month, and it will be broadcasted on the official Forza Motorsport Mixer and Twitch channels.

Forza Community Manager Brian Ekberg revealed that the show will feature “special guests” from Turn 10 Studios. He also teased that further content coming “beyond” June might also be discussed on the livestream.

“We’re very excited about this new broadcast and can’t wait show off what awaits Forza fans in June,” he said.

We’ll be sure to cover everything featured in the livestream here on FullThrottle Media, so be sure to check back for the latest news and announcements on Forza Motorsport 7 next week ahead of the Xbox E3 Media Briefing on Sunday, June 10th – which is sure to bring even more Forza goodness.

In the meantime, the Forza Motorsport 7 June Update will be accompanied by the standalone release of the Hoonigan Car Pack. This will be available for purchase for those who don’t own it already, and it also comes included with the Forza Motorsport 7 Car Pass at no additional cost. Turn 10 revealed the Hoonigan Car Pack would receive its own standalone release on a recent episode of Inside Xbox. The developer also confirmed that two more Car Packs will released at no additional cost to Car Pass owners in the future.

On the same Inside Xbox livestream, Turn 10 Studios also debuted brand-new features for Forza Motorsport 7 dedicated to competitive circuit racing, drifting and drag racing. These include a new adjudication system in the form of ‘Forza Race Regulations,’ as well as redone, “hand-drawn” track limits. There’s also a revamped Drag Racing experience, the return of the highly-requested Time Attack Rivals leaderboards for all class and track combinations, as well as brand-new Drift features – including customizable steering angle and an updated points system.

These features have been heavily requested by the Forza Motorsport community and it looks like Turn 10 Studios will be showing them off more in-depth on its upcoming ‘Forza Monthly’ livestream, with some of them likely debuting in June’s Content Update for the game.

In addition, the new streaming show looks to be a monthly affair, given the name. It looks like Turn 10 will be using this opportunity to offer more streamlined communication with the Forza Motorsport community in terms of new content and upcoming features over the months ahead.

June is sure to be exciting one for Forza fans with the new broadcast show on Monday, June 4th, followed by the release of the next Forza Motorsport 7 Content Update on Tuesday, June 5th. Then we have this year’s Xbox E3 Briefing on Sunday, June 10th, which is when we’re expecting to see the next all-new entry into the Forza franchise. That’s followed by the 2018 ForzaRC Series 1 Playoffs live from Seattle, Washington on the weekend of June 16th.

Overall, it’s sure to be a month full of exciting news, reveals and announcements, so be sure to check back on FullThrottle Media for all the latest as we’ll be working hard to bring you everything fresh, new and exciting that you need to know in the Forza universe.

Alan Walsh

Alan is the co-founder and co-owner of FullThrottle Media. As someone who enjoys spending all his free time playing video games, he keeps the website updated with new and relevant content, including news stories, reviews and opinion pieces for the games he likes writing about the most. He also tweets too much, probably.