Want more Forza games under your belt? Turn 10 already knows this and is working on a new spin-off title to satiate your appetite. We’ve all come to love the Forza Motorsports franchise; the same can be said for the spin-off Forza Horizon franchise — will we also enjoy this new journey?
Dan Greenawalt, the head of Turn 10 and the driving force behind the Forza games, talked about this new game in a recent interview with Ralph Fulton. In the interview, Greenawalt said the new expansion of the Forza series will be released very soon, making us wonder when it could be.
If we were to bet, we’d say this new Forza game won’t focus on cars but on motorbikes. We’ve never seen a Forza game that toyed around with other vehicles outside of cars so in our minds, this is the perfect opportunity for Turn 10 to try something different.
This new game could also be of the watersports variety. We’ve not yet seen many games tackle this aspect of vehicular sports. A few years ago, Turn 10 jokingly showed off a log for a game known as Forza Watersports. While this wasn’t a real thing at the time, there’s a good chance it could be a thing today.
At the moment, we have no idea what this game is about but we still cannot wait for it to be announced and to see it in action.
If you can’t wait for this new Forza title, then go ahead and check out Forza Motorsports: Apex for Windows 10. The game now supports multiple GPUs, and runs smoother with this kind of power behind it. Forza Horizon 3 is set to release in September of this year for both the Xbox One and PC as an Xbox Play Anywhere title, which means gamers can purchase once for Xbox One and get it for free on PC.
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