Forza Motorsport is making a return to the Xbox later this year as Microsoft took to E3 this weekend to unveil the latest entry in the acclaimed racing series, Forza Motorsport 7. The proper followup to 2015’s Forza Motorsport 6 and the first Forza entry since last year’s Horizon 3, the upcoming game once again sees Turn 10 Studios at the helm and is said to boast a roster of over 700 cars and over 200 configurations, not to mention 30 locations and fully dynamic weather that actually impacts performance. The best part, though? All of the action runs at a smooth 60 fps and has even been optimized in 4K for the newly unveiled Xbox One X.
Forza Motorsport 7 drops on October 3 for Xbox One and Windows PCs and will hit the Xbox One X on November 7 as a launch title for “the most powerful console ever.”