Forza Motorsport 7 March 2019 Update Adds RTR Cars, Drift Camera And A Beta Test For Race Regulations

It stands for Ready To Rock

Forza Motorsport 7 got another update this month. The highlight of the update is the three new Mustang RTRs. With the RTR brand attached, these are slightly tuned Mustangs built by Formula Drift driver Vaughn Gittin Jr.

There is one base line Mustang RTR, the 2018 Ford Mustang RTR Spec 5. The other two is the 2018 Formula Drift car driven by Grittin Jr. and his teammate Chelsea DeNofa.

The new drift cars also comes alongside the new cockpit drift camera. Essentially, the camera will not lock to the front of the window but to the road, which is helpful since cars go a bit sideways while drifiting. You can customise the settings on how much the camera moves and sensivitivy to your liking.

Also, Forza Race Regulation, a feature to promote clean and respectful racing online, will be in beta testing starting this month. It’s only limited to select players and developers Turn 10 to test on live servers. As of now, there’s only time penalties for corner cutting being implemented but the penalty won’t be added to the final placement post-race yet. So it’s still far off until we see Forza Motorsport’s answer to Gran Turismo Sport’s Sportsmanship Rating and iRacing’s Safety Rating.

The March update also adds some changes to wheels and how collisions works. More details can be found here.

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