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Following negative player feedback, Turn 10 Studios plans to make Forza Motorsport 7's VIP program a great deal again. An update is in the works that will replace five-time use double credit “mod cards” with the always-on double race rewards of earlier games.
Forza Motorsport 6's $20 VIP upgrade gave players exclusive cars, special online events and, best of all, double credit earnings for races. Forza 7's $20 VIP upgrade swaps the always-on double credit bonus for five limited-use “mod cards.” Boo. Update: Big changes coming in response to player feedback.
I just couldn’t do it. I couldn’t catch Forza Motorsport 7’s simulated driver. He threw his Porsche 918 Spyder around the corners so well, his lines so perfect, that I just could not close the gap between us. But then, it started to rain.
Microsoft showed off its Xbox holiday line-up at a showcase in Manhattan last week. They spotlit several games and the new, more powerful Xbox One X version of the console. While the games were fun, a lack of flagship titles left me wondering how strong the new console’s launch will be.
As Forza Motorsport 7's Oct. 3 launch date draws nearer and nearer, I’m running out of more and more reasons not to tell my friends and family goodbye for a week (or weeks), turn my apartment into a racing simulation cave and exclusively survive on delivery meals. Now there’s an awesome new trailer and a demo to deal…