Forza Motorsport 6 coming to Xbox One for the holidays

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New information about the upcoming racing game by Turn 10 Studios has been revealed by Aaron Greenberg, Microsoft’s marketing team leader for 1st and 3rd party games.

During a podcast with rising community members TiC Podcast (Also known as The Inner Circle), Aaron revealed that Forza Motorsport 6 will be landing in stores for the busy holiday season this year. A specific release date wasn’t given, but it was also announced that gamers will get their first look at Forza Motorsport 6 in the form of a worldwide gameplay reveal video when this year’s E3 event takes place in June.

If promises from Microsoft are to be believed, we can expect to see a lot of additions to the Xbox One lineup announced. Already announced for this year are Halo 5 Guardians, Rise of the Tomb Raider, Fable Legends and Quantum Breakbut of course E3 traditionally sees platform holders and publishers pulling out all the stops to trump one another – so we can expect the Redmond giant to have a few surprises up its sleeve.

Forza Motorsport 6 will mark the 10th anniversary of the series and will feature Ford muscle cars such as the Ford GT, F-150 Raptor, Shelby GT350 Mustang, and more. Forza 6 will be the third game in the franchise to release on Xbox One: Forza 5 was a launch title, while last year the second entry in the more arcade-y Forza Horizon graced gamer’s disc drives. This will mean that so far Microsoft is on course to provide a new Forza game on Xbox One every year – something which hopefully doesn’t end up affecting the high quality bar the series is known for.

Jon Ireson
Jon has been gaming since he was a small child. Watching the AAA scene go through drama is never easy, but he takes comfort in knowing that there will always be indies keeping the flame of innovation alive. As well as contributing as as an occasional guest to CP, he is also the Editor in Chief of RealGamerNewz.
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