Final Update For Forza Motorsport 7 Coming Next Month, This Month Adds Collision-Based Penalties

Please no punterino

Forza Motorsport 7 has been getting monthly updates since its release in 2017, but it now comes to an end. In the July game update post, Turn 10 mentioned that August’s update will be the game’s last.

“Finally, a word about the future for Forza Motorsport 7. Development on Forza 7, including further Forza Race Regulations features, will culminate with next month’s August 2019 update.”

Currently, the bulk of Forza Motorsport 7’s updates are adding new features to the Forza Race Regulations (FRR) system. This is essentially similar to iRacing’s Safety Rating and Gran Turismo Sport’s Sportsmanship Rating, where the game penalises players that do no adhere to proper racing rules.

So far, Forza Motorsport 7 now penalises corner cutting, with the July update out now adding collision-based penalties. This will penalise players for “Avoidable Contact”. So rammers, your days of punting are nigh.Turn 10 is focusing on not making false positives, so expect some punts and rams to not be penalises, as they continue to hone down the system.

After August, it’s safe to assume Turn 10 will be working on the next Forza Motorsport. This year saw no new Forza game announced at E3, and a new Forza Motorsport always arrives in two years and there was always a new Forza each year since Forza Horizon in 2012. With Project Scarlett coming out in Holiday 2020, it’s easy to see the new Forza Motorsport to be another launch title for the next-gen Xbox console.

Source: Forza

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