Forza Motorsport 3 confirmed. Features over 400 cars and 100 tracks on a 2-disc set

16 June 2008
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Forza Motorsport 2 for Xbox 360Forza Motorsport 3 (Forza 3) will be the next part of the racing simulator series that caters to both motorsports fans and automotive lifestyle enthusiasts. A leaked survey, likely issued my Microsoft, claims “Forza 3 will offer the premier racing experience available exclusively for Xbox 360. … Forza 3 is an epic game – Due to the number of cars and tracks included in the Forza 3 game, it will be sold as a 2-disc set.”

Key features of Forza 3 include:
* Highly detailed real-world car and track models (over 400 cars and 100 tracks).
* Near limitless customization options for car tuning and custom artwork.
* A variety of online community features.
* Highly accurate racing simulation including real world damage.
* New race modes (drag, drift, oval, point to point racing, etc.)
* Powerful assist system to help new players get into the game quickly.

The survey also asks about interest in an exclusive Forza 3 Limited Collector’s Edition that would “include the full version of the game plus membership in a special VIP program that would entitle the buyer to all future Forza 3 downloadable content, access to exclusive online race events and prizes, VIP status on Forza Auction House and Community boards, extra server space for photos and videos, and a free month of LIVE. The Collector’s Edition would also include exclusive motorsports content not found anywhere else – This could be anything from authentic racing gear (gloves, helmets, etc.) to specially created automobile manufacture gear (branded jackets, etc.) to VIP motorsport event tickets.” — Via Neogaf


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