Forza Motorsport Introduces Ray Tracing, Launching Spring 2023

Forza Motorsport Xbox Games Showcase Screenshot

The Xbox and Bethesda showcase revealed another look at Forza Motorsport, and it looks impressive ahead of release next year.

We may still be playing Forza Horizon 5, one of our Games of the Year in 2021, but Forza Motorsport’s main entry is getting back on track after an extended pit stop.

The franchise reboot, which dropped its title numbering, was announced during Microsoft’s July 2020 keynote. It marks the first entry on Xbox Series S|X hardware, and it’s coming to Xbox Game Pass on day 1 for Xbox One owners. ray-traced console and PC gamers for incredible detail.

During Microsoft’s Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase, Forza Motorsport was shown off in an in-engine demo that focuses on the visual fidelity of the Maple Valley track, as well as many improvements to the game engine.

Forza Motorsport’s in-engine demo looks amazing

Take a look at the images below:

Developer Turn10 calls the game “a generational leap”, with environments using photogrammetry and 3D material scans through grass, rocks, skies, and clouds.

A statement about the Xbox press site He says:

“We got under the hood to share the next generation of Forza Motorsport to immerse you in the spectacle of racing like you’ve never seen it before.”

“Captured in-game and running on an Xbox Series X, we present a new trailer, which debuted alongside the first Forza Motorsport game. Forza Motorsport has been built from the ground up to showcase the Xbox Series X|S consoles.”

It’s going to be a long wait until spring 2023 to get our hands on the game, but luckily Forza Horizon 5 is getting Hot Wheels DLC in the meantime.

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