With the Xbox One X launch in just a couple days, Xbox One X Enhanced Games are getting ready and the team at Forza Motorsport 7 is no exception. Enhancements that Xbox One X owners can expect to experience on November 7th are native 4K, high-resolution assets, improved lighting and shadows resolution — just to name a few.
The recent update also brought the return of some features and modes not yet present in Forza Motorsport 7 that were present in previous versions. Multiplayer modes like Drag, Tag, Virus, Keep the It, and Pass the It returned, and the Auction House is finally live allowing players to buy and sell vehicles to others. #Forzathon, a weekly event first introduced in Forza Horizon 3 which offers prizes for completing challenges, is also coming to FM7 with the first event starting next week. There’s no word if these will take the place of the FH3 events or run alongside them.
Quite a few performance and bug fixes were also rolled out, it’s a pretty extensive list which appears in full on the Forza Motorsport forums.
In addition to the Xbox One X enhancements and bug fixes, the November Car Pack — the “Samsung QLED Car Pack” — is scheduled to arrive on November 7th alongside the Xbox One X launch. The first car pack is obviously part of Xbox’s new partnership with Samsung as the Official 4K TV Partner of the Xbox One X. Interestingly enough, however, I received the car pack in my free cars (as part of the Car Pass) list when I logged into Forza Motorsport 7 on Friday.
As you can see from the video above, the “Samsung QLED Car Pack” features a number of sweet rides including the 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifolglio, 1980 Nissan #20 Coca-Cola Bluebird Super Silhouette, 1978 Porsche #78 MOMO 935/78, 2017 Abarth 124 Spider, 1957 Maserati 250F, 2016 Toyota Land Cruiser Arctic Trucks AT37, and the 2015 Honda Ridgeline Baja Trophy Truck. As mentioned above, the Car Pack is included as part of the Car Pass or can be purchased for $6.99USD for those who don’t have the pass.Source: Forza Motorsport