Forza Motorsport 7 PC Game Review


Turn 10 has a real reverence for cars that shows in Forza Motorsport 7, the biggest and best of the series yet. It also offers the most variety of cars, tracks and weather conditions of any game. Players can be as involved as they want, tweaking every detail of their vehicle down to the bracing on the windscreen wipers. The handling model is realistic enough to be fun and arcadey at the same time.GameplayFor fans of developer Turn 10’s mainline racing series, Forza Motorsport 7 is the best of the lot. It offers a rich selection of gameplay options that make the game more approachable than some hardcore simulations out there (although not quite as easy as arcade racer Crusin’ USA). For example, Forza Motorsport 7 is less about ogling supercars and more about learning how to use them. Each input is matched with a commensurate reaction and it isn’t too difficult to learn the cause-and-effect of running too much power through a bend or underestimating stopping distances.It also makes for a more interesting experience with dynamic weather and time of day that aren’t just decorative spectacles but actually affect how the cars behave and how slippery or not they are. Unfortunately, Forza Motorsport 7 is still saddled with microtransactions and, especially in the career mode, a punishing grind for credits to buy more cars.GraphicsThe Forza Motorsport series is known for its excellent graphics, and Forza 7 is no exception. The slope unblocked game is visually stunning, and the new weather effects and attention to detail are a joy to behold. The game also looks great on lower settings, although the quality does take a hit. You can still see jagged edges on rival cars, and there are more blurry reflections of advertising hoardings than you would expect to find in a top-notch racing game.Whether you’re driving an open-wheeled Grand Prix legend from the 30s or a beefy semi, Forza Motorsport 7 makes every car feel special. It’s a racing game that respects the love of car culture, and encourages players to try cars they wouldn’t normally choose. And the gameplay is as solid as ever.SoundWhether you’re driving a low-rider muscle car or a luxurious top-tier sportscar, Forza 7’s audio design makes every vehicle sound incredible. The game’s booming speakers can shake the house and deliver real engine notes when you hit the gas. The soundtrack is upbeat and rock-inspired, with guitar riffs that evoke the feeling of mastery as you sling your car around corners. The game also supports surround sound, and the excellent aural quality makes Forza Motorsport 7 one of the most immersive games on Xbox One.Ease of UseForza Motorsport 7 is a game that’s surprisingly user-friendly, especially for those coming from more arcade-like racing titles. Every input in Forza Motorsport 7 translates into an immediate reaction from the car, and learning how to properly apply power into a corner or master stopping distances is genuinely fun.For those who want to push themselves, the breadth of Forza Motorsport 7’s 700+ vehicles are put to good use as the game cycles through tons of creative challenges. From competing against digital recreations of real-world drivers to running 100 miles in a semi, each new challenge offers an exciting and reversible way to test a different facet of your driving skill.For those more comfortable playing the qwirkle game, It’s a rare entry in the franchise that caters to all levels of experience.PerformanceFor a game that purports to be a simulator, Forza Motorsport 7 offers a surprisingly arcade-like experience. While it lacks the granular detail of other games, it does offer an incredible amount to do for free and features an outstanding visual presentation, even on standard systems. With over 700 cars (including Forza Edition models) to own and race, every vehicle looks spectacular. The collection ratings do gate your access to vehicles a bit, but otherwise the variety is staggering.The tracks look incredibly detailed, and the Forza series has never looked better on PC than it does here. Even the lower graphical settings still provide a handsome experience, with only a slight dip in textures and the occasional jagged edge on advertising hoardings or distant car reflections.

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