From October 2017 to today, the authors of Turn 10 have continued to actively support the Forza Motorsport 7 project through constant updates that have contributed to raising the technical figure and the fun rate. The era of updates, however, is coming to an end in view of the next-gen.
About two years after the commercialization of the Microsoft car simulator, the top ten of Turn 10 take advantage of the usual monthly appointment with the streaming event dedicated to their community to say that they are now ready to abandon Forza Motorsport 7.
As reported by colleagues at WindowsCentral, during the live streaming the Redmond software house explained to Forza Motorsport 7 fans that the development of the title will culminate with the update that will be released for free on PC Windows 10 and Xbox One during the month of August of 2019.
The update in question will add the Race Disqualifications, a regulation that promises to make the experience in multiplayer modes and competitive Forza 7 tournaments even more realistic and exciting through the introduction of disqualifications based on accumulated penalty times. Net of any corrective patches that will be published to resolve the problems identified with the latest update, therefore, the August update will definitively close the development of Forza Motorsport 7.
In this way, Turn 10 will finally be able to concentrate on the sequel for the Xbox Scarlett: the development of the title will involve the community and various personalities in the sector, including many from Rockstar Games after performing on GTA 5 and Red Dead Redemption 2.