April 8th, at the New York International Auto show, Microsoft and Porsche announced their collaboration to work together on a six year partnership and a suite of co-branded initiatives. The partnership is already live with the open registration for Porsche’s esports sponsorship debut in Forza Racing Championship Season 3: The Porsche Cup – the most inclusive racing esports program and home to the largest online racing community in gaming.
Microsoft announced earlier this month that Forza 6 is officially a thing (we all kind of knew it was coming) and I hope it picks up from where Forza 5 and Forza Horizon 2 left off.
Forza 5 released with the Xbox One at launch and is a showcase for what the console can do graphically and technically. The game looks stunning and runs at a smooth 60 fps and 1080p resolution. Every car from the classic Lancia Delta to the mental McLaren P1 is accurately detailed and the tracks have undergone the same detail. The amount of tracks on offer is a bit lacking but the choices are good and offer a wide variety of courses that all demand a different approach. From a technical standpoint it plays really well. There's a bunch of assists and settings to tinker with so anyone of any skill level can jump right in and feel like Lewis Hamilton. The force feedback on the triggers works well and tells you when you braking too heavily or putting too much power down through the corners.
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