Today is the day! Get ready for the thrill of motorsport at the limit. Gear up for the most comprehensive, beautiful and authentic racing game ever made. Forza Motorsport 7 is here, available worldwide today on Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs, in three different versions.
- Standard Edition – This edition features the full version of the game running at a silky-smooth 60 frames per second. Players can collect over 700 Forzavista™ cars including the largest assortment of Ferraris, Porsches, and Lamborghinis in any racing game. With over 30 world-famous environments and tracks featuring dynamic weather and race conditions that change every time you return to the track, no two races are the same.
- Deluxe Edition – the Deluxe Edition includes the full version of the game, VIP membership ($20 value), and both the Hoonigan and Fate of the Furious car packs.
- Ultimate Edition – This edition is for the Forza fan wanting it all. In addition to the content in the Deluxe Edition, Ultimate Edition owners will have access to the Forza Motorsport 7 Car Pass ($30 value).
And with Xbox One X coming Nov. 7 even more players will get to experience gorgeous graphics in native 4K, at 60fps and HDR.
We’d like to thank everybody who has experienced the game already by downloading the free “Forza Motorsport 7” demo, being a part of the Early Access period, or joining us at our launch and preview events this past weekend. We’re thrilled to hear such positive feedback so far, with IGN calling the game “drop-dead gorgeous” and GamesRadar+ noting that it “blows everything else out of the water.” As the community grows, we look forward to hearing what even more players think.
Forza Motorsport 7 Launch Event at the Petersen Museum
On Saturday, Sept. 30 the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles played host to over five hundred Forza fans who came out to play the Forza Motorsport 7 early, admire the museum’s amazing collection, and meet members of the Forza team including championship-winning drivers Tanner Foust and Josef Newgarden who served as technical advisors on the game.
The event was broadcast on interactive livestream (see the replay on Mixer) and featured head-to-head racing with Tanner and Josef, a drift demonstration of the Forza-exclusive 2003 Hoonigan Holden Commodore Ute by Hertrech “Hert” Eugene Jr, an unboxing of the SCUF Forza Elite Collector’s Edition controller inspired by the Porsche 911 GT2 RS and an interview with “Climbkhana” star Ken Block.
Thank you to our fans, partners, and members of the LA area automotive community for making this a day to remember.
— Tanner Foust (@TannerFoust) September 30, 2017
— Josef Newgarden (@josefnewgarden) September 30, 2017
— Rampage Jackson (@Rampage4real) October 1, 2017
Reach Out Worldwide and Game4Paul
We were honored to design a custom Xbox One S console modeled after Paul Walker’s first car from The Fast and the Furious which was signed by members of the cast and raffled off this weekend during the third-annual Game4Paul.com event hosted at the Microsoft Lounge in Venice, CA.
The livestream event (see replay on Mixer) helped raise over $150,000 for Reach Out WorldWide, a disaster relief nonprofit founded by Paul Walker with the purpose of providing quick and efficient relief to those who need it most in the chaos after a natural disaster.
The stream featured a look at The Fate of the Furious Car Pack for Forza Motorsport 7 and a surprise appearance by the only surviving 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse created for the original 2001 movie. In an amazing coincidence, the car belongs to a LA-area Forza Motorsport fan who bought the car as a cast-off movie prop while still in high school. Once he learned about the event he jumped at the chance to reunite the car with Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez and others from the Fast family for the first time in sixteen years.
— Cody Walker (@codywalkerroww) October 1, 2017