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All You Need To Know About Forza Motorsport Update 6 - News

Forza Motorsport fans received a pleasant surprise as Turn 10 Studio released Update 6 earlier than expected for Xbox and PC players. Although this update is smaller than previous ones, coming in at 3.1GB on Steam, 4.8GB on PC, and 5.5GB on Xbox Series X, it packs a punch with major changes to car progression, a new career tour, and a host of new cars and events. Let’s dive in and take a look at all of the key updates you need to know about.

  • Car Progression Revamp: More Flexibility

One of the most significant changes in Update 6 is the overhaul of car progression, addressing a common point of fan criticism. Previously, players faced level restrictions on accessing upgrade parts, but now, those restrictions are gone.

From Car Level 1, you can unlock and purchase any upgrade part, allowing you to build your dream car without limits.

Additionally, players now have the option to buy Car Points with in-game credits, making it easier to progress and upgrade vehicles. You can still earn Car Points through levelling up your cars, maintaining the original gameplay loop if that's your preference.

  • New Cars: A Mix of Modern and Classic Racers

Update 6 introduces a range of new cars, blending modern and classic styles. Players with the Car Pass gain access to the 1983 Nissan Silvia Super Silhouette and the 2020 Lexus Vasser-Sullivan RC-F GT3, among others.

The update also brings four new Spotlight cars to the showroom, all available at a 30% discount when purchased with in-game credits.

Among the new arrivals, there's the 2014 Alfa Romeo 4C, a compact sports car designed to rival Porsche, and the 2002 Nissan Skyline GT-R, a legendary JDM icon.

Muscle car fans will be excited about the inclusion of the 1969 Dodge Charger R/T, while supercar enthusiasts will appreciate the 2014 Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4.

  • New Events: Celebrating Internal Combustion

The highlight of Update 6's new events is the Combustion Tour, a career mode series that celebrates the internal combustion engine in an era of transition toward electric vehicles.

This tour features various engine types, from compact four-cylinder units to roaring V10s, with the new Spotlight cars as the stars. Completing each four-race series rewards players with a V12 Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster, leading to the final showcase event.

Another noteworthy addition is the Open Class Tour for the Builders Cup, where players build and race cars from C-Class to S-Class. Completing this tour nets you a 2010 Ferrari 599XX for the last showcase race.

  • Multiplayer and Rivals: Plenty of Challenges

Update 6 brings an array of multiplayer events, including Open and Spec series with class restrictions based on engine sizes. These events offer a variety of racing experiences, from Le Mans prototypes to high-performance muscle cars.

Monthly Rivals events feature the latest Spotlight cars and the iconic Silverstone GP circuit. VIP players can also enjoy a unique event with the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Forza Edition at the Daytona Road Course.

  • Other Changes: Fixes and Optimisations

Update 6 addresses various issues and introduces new features. Drivatar AI has been improved to reduce collisions at race starts and erratic behaviour after using the Rewind feature.

The update also fixes several car model issues, like the 1990 Mazda RX-7 and 2021 BMW M4. Additionally, the Daytona Speedway Road Course pit lane has been corrected, ensuring smoother races.

The livery editor gains new lighting options, and Homespace adds eight new music tracks by Kaveh Cohen, Michael Nielsen, and Peter Holmstrom. All these changes contribute to a more stable and enjoyable Forza Motorsport experience.

In summary, update 6 offers significant improvements to Forza Motorsport, focusing on player feedback and enhancing the overall gameplay experience. With new cars, events, and a revamped progression system, players have plenty to explore and enjoy in the coming weeks.

For those gaming fanatics, we also offer Racing Simulator Experiences here at TrackDays, including an F1 Racing Simulator package with a full VR headset at venues in Hampshire and West Yorkshire.

All You Need To Know About Forza Motorsport Update 6
02 May 2024
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