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Forza Motorsport is in its “polishing” phase ahead of launch later this year

First announced all the way back in 2020, Forza Motorsport is one of the biggest Xbox titles planned to be released in 2023. Ahead of its launch however, the team at Turn 10 have released a new dev update, confirming that the much-anticipated racer is in the ‘polishing’ phase of its development.

Taking to their blog, Turn 10 Studios released an update discussing the team’s community hubs (Suggestions Hub and Troubleshooting Hub), saying “Hello everyone! Welcome to the first Feedback Update for the Forza Community Hubs, a new blog series to update our community on the latest ongoings at the Suggestions Hub and Troubleshooting Hub. That includes celebrating new game features and car releases, sharing insights on popular topics, and the latest progress on prominently reported game issues.”

The post covers a number of topics including Forza Horizon 5 and voting for future cars set to arrive in the game. For our purposes, the most interesting update came in the discussion surrounding the upcoming Forza Motorsport, with Turn 10 Studios saying:

“While we're focused on polishing and preparing Forza Motorsport for release later this year, we’re still keen to hear your feature and track requests, we can keep in mind what you want to see most for the future.”

The team also confirmed that Motorsport will feature 20 locations to race across at launch – though these will be detailed closer to the time of the game’s release.

Though a small update, it is encouraging to see that work on Motorsport is going well, and that hopefully come the release of the game later this year, it will be fully-featured and well polished. The full blogpost can be found HERE.

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