Forza Motorsport 7

Forza Motorsport 7: Forza Rewards Offers Rare Driver Gear, Prize Crates, and More

Article By 
Alan Walsh
January 5, 2018
Forza Motorsport 7

Forza Motorsport 7: Forza Rewards Offers Rare Driver Gear, Prize Crates, and More

Article By 
Alan Walsh
January 5, 2018

In a recent Forza Motorsport Week in Review, the Homologation and Car Divisions system for Forza Motorsport 7 was finally detailed. However, Homologation wasn’t the only thing talked about for the upcoming track racer. Turn 10 Studios has also revealed that Forza Rewards, the long-running loyalty program for its yearly racing franchise, is receiving some upgrades ahead of this week’s Ultimate Edition release.

In Forza Rewards, every Forza player has a Tier level. Tier levels are attained by playing Forza games and achieving certain milestones. These include driving a certain number of miles or reaching a certain Driver Level. These feats earn you points for your Forza Score; the higher your Forza Score total, the higher your Tier level. As your Tier level increases, so too does the rewards you can earn in Forza games.

With the release of Forza Motorsport 7, Turn 10 are adding a new Tier level – Tier 12, which will be worth a total of 3,000 Forza Score points. As always, beginning with Tier 2, players can redeem a weekly credit bonus in various Forza games, which can be done using the Forza Hub app on Xbox One or Windows 10 PC, or the official Forza Motorsport website.

Here’s a look at the weekly credit payouts in Forza Motorsport 7 per Tier. As you can see, these offer credit payments from 25,000 all the way to half a million a week if you reach the highest Tier.

  • Week 2: 25,000 credits
  • Week 3: 50,000 credits
  • Week 4: 75,000 credits
  • Week 5: 100,000 credits
  • Week 6: 125,000 credits
  • Week 7: 175,000 credits
  • Week 8: 225,000 credits
  • Week 9: 275,000 credits
  • Week 10: 350,000 credits
  • Week 11: 425,000 credits
  • Week 12: 500,000 credits
These suits will be some of the rarest on offer in Forza Motorsport 7.

For the launch of Forza Motorsport 7, Turn 10 are also offering in-game bonus items based on each player’s Forza Rewards Tier Level, including Prize Crates, Badges, and Driver Gear suits. Here’s a detailed breakdown of what you can expect, which include some very rare Forza Motorsport game-themed racing suits that can be earned by all players:

  • Tier 2: Forza Motorsport 7 driver suit, Tier 2 badge, 1 cumulative prize crate
  • Tier  3: Forza Horizon 3 driver suit, Tier 3 badge, 2 cumulative prize crates
  • Tier  4: Forza Motorsport 6 driver suit, Tier 4 badge, 3 cumulative prize crates
  • Tier 5: Forza Horizon 2 driver suit, Tier 5 badge, 4 cumulative prize crates
  • Tier  6: Forza Motorsport 5 driver suit, Tier 6 badge, 5 cumulative prize crates
  • Tier 7: Forza Horizon driver suit, Tier 7 badge, 6 cumulative prize crates
  • Tier 8: Forza Motorsport 4 driver suit, Tier 8 badge, 7 cumulative prize crates
  • Tier  9: Forza Motorsport 3 driver suit, Tier 9 badge, 8 cumulative prize crates
  • Tier 10: Forza Motorsport 2 driver suit, Tier 10 badge, 9 cumulative prize crates
  • Tier 11: Forza Motorsport driver suit, Tier 11 badge, 10 cumulative prize crate

I don’t know about you, but I have my eye on that super rare Forza Motorsport Original Xbox Driver Gear, as well the lovely orange one for Forza Motorsport 5.

All of the rewards shown are also cumulative. This means if you’re Tier 4 at the launch of Forza Motorsport 7, you will receive the Forza Motorsport 7, Forza Horizon 3, and Forza Motorsport 6 driver suits, the Tiers 2-4 Badges, and 3 total Prize Crates. It’s worth mentioning that there’s no rewards for Tier 12, as that won’t be possible to attain until the release of Forza Motorsport 7.

Now here’s some Forza Rewards news that will truly please players. Based on fan-feedback, Turn 10 has removed Token and DLC-based milestones in the program going forward, and is instead choosing to focus on feats that reward time invested into the game.

In addition, the team has decided to retroactively reward maximum reward points for DLC and Token-based reward feats for players who have played each title. For example, if you played Forza Horizon 2, the DLC/Tokens feat scores will be automatically maxed out. This will go for all Forza games you have played. This is great news for players who missed out on those milestones for older Forza games, especially those which have reached “end-of-life” status where the DLC is no longer acquirable from the Xbox Store, which is the case for Forza Horizon & Forza Motorsport 4.

Forza fans should also be aware that Turn 10 is holding a debut livestream for Forza Motorsport 7 that will feature the full game on Wednesday, September 27th. They will be in the Forza studio and showcasing the Forza Driver’s Cup single-player campaign, as well as the newly-updated Mods system, car collecting, and the game’s roster of more than 700 Forzavista cars.

The livestream will also welcome Turn 10 employees from all over the studio to celebrate the launch of the game. The show kicks off at 9am Pacific and will go all day and well into the evening, Turn 10 promises, and will be streamed onto Mixer and Twitch.

There you have it, all the latest on Forza Motorsport 7 before the early access launch of the Ultimate Edition on September 29th. Be sure to let us know if you’re happy with the changes being made to Forza Rewards and tell us which Driver Gear outfit is your favourite! Don’t forget to check out our in-depth preview for our hands-on impressions with Forza Motorsport 7!

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 delivers the latest in news stories, reviews, and feature articles to the website, as well as videos on his YouTube channel and livestreams over on Mixer.