Forza Motorsport 5 will be an Xbox One release title and Turn 10 Studios know they need to deliver something very special if they have any hope of convincing some current-gen users across to next-gen, and from what we have seen so far they are doing a good job.
Even though race tracks plays an important part of any racing game, the most important for Forza is the cars because it is a way for the developers to show off some of the most exquisite cars available. Most racing car game fans love their cars, but none more so than Forza fans, and so the Forza 5 car list is very important to get right.
We are happy to say the game is moving in the right direction and seeing titles like Forza Motorsport 5 car list swells shows that Turn 10 is being relentless in the number of cars that will be made available to you. The list is already big, and is growing all the time, which you can see for yourself here.
When you visit the official Forza Motorsport website you will see the new car list was updated on Wednesday, and will continue to be updated every Wednesday for the next few weeks, along with the latest announcements as well.
21 new Forza 5 cars were announced this week, with the 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X GSR and the 2002 Nissan Skyline GT-R C-Spec II taking center stage.
Even though we have just a couple of months until the Forza 5 release date, there has not been much in terms of gameplay footage, so imagine our excitement when the Forza Motorsport 5 direct feed gameplay was released yesterday. We have included the footage for you below, where you get to see the Pagani Huayra giving it plenty around the Bernese Alps circuit.