The March Bounty Hunter challenge has arrived into Forza
Motorsport 7, but this one is a little different than before. Last week, Turn 10’s
Community Manager Brian Ekberg teased
that the March Bounty Hunter event would be “more competitive,” offering “more
rewards than any Bounty Hunter event in Forza history.”
Fast forward to today, and the latest Bounty Hunter event is
now live in Forza Motorsport 7 with everything Ekberg promised it would be. As
detailed in the latest Forza Motorsport Week
in Review, this one is in honour of the upcoming return of the Forza Racing
Championship, and it has been named the ‘#ForzaRC Ladder Challenge,’ but
instead of one target on the leaderboard to beat – there’s five.
Five Turn 10 employees have volunteered to the Bounty Hunter
this month in Forza Motorsport 7, including Jon Knoles (GT: JONK1969) and
Elliott Lyons (GT: RBW Triton) from the Turn 10 design team, Jennifer Lane (GT:
ShmooGnu) and Garrett Huxtable (GT: Gr1malian) from the Engagement team, and finally,
Community Manager Brian Ekberg (GT: Mechberg). You’ll be hot-lapping the full
Sebring circuit in daytime conditions in the #3 Chevy C7.R race car.
With five Bounty Targets to hunt down, there’s even more
rewards to unlock from this event. However, as always, fans can unlock a car by
simply participating – the long-awaited 2016 Koenigsegg Regera will be
available to everyone who sets a time on the March Bounty Hunter event.
Don’t miss out, and have a look at all the other prizes on
The #ForzaRC Ladder Challenge is currently live in Forza
Motorsport 7 and can be found in the all-new ForzaRC
channel within Rivals. All five Bounty Targets will be setting their
initial times on the leaderboard during today’s Forza Friday livestream on Mixer, so be sure to tune in when
the show begins at 3pm PDT (6pm EST, 10pm GMT) later today.
Each of the five Bounty Hunter targets will be on the
livestream, offering their predictions on how they’ll match up against the
community as they set their initial lap times. It’s sure to be a lot of fun, so
make sure you don’t miss it.
Racing Championship 2018 will kick off with the Pre-Seasonal
Invitational on March 24th in Seattle, Washington – the home of Forza
Motorsport developer Turn 10 Studios. Microsoft and Gfinity have invited
19 drivers to compete at the event – and you can find the car and track
combos that fans will be voting on here. FullThrottle
will also be joining them
in Seattle and we’ll have all our coverage here on the website, as well as behind-the-scenes
posts on our Twitter and Instagram accounts. Be sure to
follow so you don’t miss out on any of the fun!
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.