Turn 10 Studios has announced that Forza
Motorsport 7 will receive its next major client update on Tuesday, October
2nd, the same day as the general worldwide release of Forza Horizon 4.
As revealed in the latest Forza Motorsport Week
in Review, this fresh content update for Forza Motorsport 7 will be
highlighted on the next edition of the Forza Monthly broadcast show – coming on
Wednesday, October 3rd. Next month’s episode will also include a deep dive into
Forza Horizon 4, featuring online gameplay with the community to celebrate its launch.
It will look ahead to the Forza Racing
World Championship finals in London, England this October.
The October edition of Forza Monthly follows the ForzaRC
Series 2 Playoffs in Mexico City, which are being hosted this weekend, as well
as the Forza Horizon 4 launch activities from Goodwood
earlier this week and the early
access release for Ultimate Edition owners. Be on the lookout for our coverage
from the Forza Horizon 4 festival-inspired celebrations at Goodwood soon, including
interviews with Creative Director Ralph Fulton and Xbox Games Marketing boss
Speaking of Forza Horizon 4, developer Playground Games will
be live-streaming the game from their studio in Leamington Spa to celebrate its
October 2nd launch. The team will be playing their game from the beginning whilst
giving “an exclusive developer’s commentary” on how it was made. The Forza
Motorsport Week in Review teases that we can expect to hear “unique insights
and stories” on the development of Forza Horizon 4 from the people who made it
throughout the broadcast, as they play through the Prologue experience and
progress into Horizon
The Playground Games launch livestream will be broadcasted
on the official Forza Mixer and Twitch channels, featuring competitions
and giveaways for fans to enter ahead of the general worldwide launch on October
In the meantime, be sure to check out our
review for Forza Horizon 4 and stay tuned for our coverage next week for all
the details on the Forza Motorsport 7 October Update.
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