We have already confirmed the news that Forza 4 will support Kinect features as this was revealed earlier at E3. Now we have more news regarding the multiplayer modes.
The big news from E3 this time is that Forza has doubled its multiplayer capabilities by allowing up to 16 player online multiplayer. Yes, this means that this year, you and 15 other racers will be able to race alongside one another on a single race track when the title to be released on October 11. This alongside the game’s Kinect support makes it a huge improvement when compared to the last Forza installment.
You can see a trailer from Strategyinformer which shows you the E3 presentation followed by the Forza game in action. If you are a fan of the series you will be pleased with the outcome. We also noticed that if you live in the U.K or are just a big fan of Top Gear UK, you will probably recognise the Top Gear track that looks like it may make an appearance in the game.
As a bonus to the release of this game, racers may want to know about the Xbox 360 Wireless Speed Wheel that is on its way and could be arriving just in time for Forza 4. It will retail at around $60 and should fit hand-in-hand with the racing prodigy’s release. You can check out Engadget for more info but for now, tell us what you think about the E3 presentation of Forza 4.