Turn 10 invited players to playtest the next Forza Motorsport

Developer Turn 10 has announced that it will invite players enrolled in the Forza Feedback Panel scheme to the next closed play test. Forza Motorsport A game prior to release (not yet specified).

As part of the studio’s Forza Monthly broadcast (discovered by Video Games Chronicle), creative director Chris Esaki states that closed playtesting will be the latest phase of game development. Esaki said the team “has received a lot of data and feedback on the progress of the game and how to actually tweak the details to provide the right race for everyone.”

“The new news is that we will soon be able to share it with people on the Forza panel today. They will actually be able to get some of the new news. Forza Motorsport game.The only way to get this part of the new Forza Motorsport The title will be part of that panel. “I hope you’re excited about it. I can’t wait to share it with you. The team has been very patient waiting to do that. It’s a long way to go.” Because it was [I] We just wanted to officially welcome you to this new stage of our development. “

The studio says it will continue to plan this type of test “in the coming months” as more people are invited to play by the community. If you’re interested, sign up at the link below, cross your fingers and watch your invitation emails. (However, there are no details on how long you need to wait at this time.)

new Forza Motorsport First announced last year as a “rethink” of the long-running series, it will be released on the Xbox Series X | S and PC, but there is no release date at the time of writing.

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