Even those who drive the cars like to race them digitally. This is why I’m here to present our readers with the latest from Microsoft Studios’ Turn 10 Studios: Forza Horizon 3.
If you’ve played the first or second release in the spin-off series, you would know that this game is an open-world masterpiece that has you driving some of the world’s most exotic cars. If you didn’t, well, now you know. In each game there is always some sort of event going on, which blends both pop culture and the automotive world. I’m not exactly sure what the premise will be for third release in the series, but I do know that it will all take place in the Australian Outback. As a rally enthusiast, the sight of dirt has been excited.
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The star of the new Forza game is none other that the cover car of our May issue, the Lamborghini Centenario. This looks to be the first time the $1.9 million supercar has been featured in a video game, making the inclusion of it a bit of a big deal. If you need any further info to build hype, the Centenario is powered by the most powerful engine Lamborghini has ever produced. In the description of the just-released trailer for the game, it’s noted that there will be over 350 cars included in the game. The trailer can be viewed below.
Another neat “little” feature that Turn 10 Studios has added is four-player cooperative play. So, those who like to race together can do so across the Outback in Forza Horizon 3. Just don’t get mad at them when your friend steers your car into a kangaroo…
All of this will be available come September 27, with early access starting on the 23rd.