Xbox is excited to unveil the Xbox One “Forza Motorsport 6” Limited Edition Console in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the critically-acclaimed franchise and the passionate community that has been a part of the landmark racing series for the past decade.
Microsoft, Turn 10 Studios and Ford unveiled their new collaboration today at the North American International Auto Show, announcing the all-new Ford GT ultra-high performance supercar as the featured cover car in the next iteration of the acclaimed racing simulation franchise for Xbox, “Forza Motorsport 6,” launching exclusively on Xbox One.
Turn 10 Studios released the Meguiar’s Car Pack for “Forza Motorsport 5,” available for download today. The pack features a collection of vehicles built from the ground up for the new generation, which car fans can collect and customize while putting their virtual driving skills to the test.
“Forza Motorsport” has been the foremost racing video game franchise in its support and development of post-release content, delivering new cars months before they hit showrooms, and continuing to add automotive icons sought after by fans around the world.
With multiple car packs, VIP membership privileges, and packed-in content, the “Forza Motorsport 5 Limited Edition” is the ultimate package for “Forza Motorsport 5” fans. The “Forza Motorsport 5 Limited Edition” features the all-new 2014 Audi RS 7 Sportback on the cover and includes the following digital content:
Limited Edition Car Pack – This five-car pack features new cars that are already destined for legendary status. Each car in the “Forza Motorsport 5” Limited Edition Car Pack will feature a Limited Edition livery and will be tuned to the top of its respective class. The cars in the “Forza Motorsport 5” Limited Edition Car Pack include*:
VIP Membership – “Forza Motorsport 5” VIPs enjoy exclusive benefits, including 2x player reward acceleration, access to exclusive multiplayer events, an exclusive in-game player card badge, and in-game gifts from the “Forza” community team.** VIPs will also have access to the “Forza Motorsport 5” VIP Car Pack, featuring five amazing cars only available to VIP members, including:
Day One Car Pack – A three-car pack featuring special liveries and custom tuned cars.
See below for details on the Day One Car Pack.
In addition, “Forza Motorsport 5 Limited Edition” owners will receive a custom Steelbook™ case, a decal sheet featuring “Forza Motorsport 5”, “Xbox One”, and Audi window decals, and 1,250 car tokens (a $9.99 value) that will allow Limited Edition owners instant access to any car in the game. The “Forza Motorsport 5 Limited Edition” will be available for an estimated retail price of $79.99 at launch and is now available for pre-order at participating retailers.
“Forza Motorsport 5” fans will also have the option to pre-order the “Forza Motorsport 5 Day One Edition”, featuring the Day One Car Pack and special Day One commemorative packaging with artwork that matches the Xbox One Day One console design.
Day One Car Pack – This three-car pack features amazing cars from Lamborghini, Audi, and Ford; each with a Day One-themed livery and custom tuning package created by the experts at Turn 10. The Day One Car Pack includes the following cars*:
The Day One edition of “Forza Motorsport 5” will be available for an estimated retail price $59.99 at launch and is now available for pre-order at participating retailers.
In the first real expansion pack to Forza Motorsport 4 comes the return of the Porsche manufacturer to the Forza series. While it was present in the first three games, licensing issues prevented the car manufacturer from appearing in the fourth installment. Having resolved those issues, Turn 10 has released a mighty addition to fill the gap in their racing game.
Announced (officially as of now) at the Microsoft Spring Showcase, is Forza Horizon. Developed by Codemasters and Black Rock Studios alumni, Playground Studios. It appears to be a more open-ended type of racing game for the Forza series. The teaser dates the game will be coming out 2012, which is opposite of the Turn 10 games coming out every odd year (Forza Motorsport in 2005, FM2 in 2007, FM3 in 2009, and FM4 in 2011). So could we be looking at a Call of Duty trade-off with developers for the “Forza” name?
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