Forza Motorsport has been available for almost a month and is still experiencing many issues and the community is starting to get impatient. Luckily, Turn10 just released another major update to the game with a new track. Here are all the new features.
All the details of Forza Motorsport Update 2
The teams are aware of the problems plaguing the title and are preparing a very major update that will be available next Tuesday, November 14. If this update marks the arrival of the Yas Marina circuit and new vehicles, it is above all more than 200 solutions promised by the studio to solve the community’s concerns.
Update 2 is our first content update for the game and will be released in mid-November, introducing a new song, Yas Marina. We also have more than 200 fixes planned for this release, including improvements for commonly reported issues
From the gameplay to the game’s stability, including the steering wheels, the livery editor and even the multiplayer, almost all aspects of the title will be fixed.
Turn10 also promises to continue improving the game and its performance, also confirming that it will continue to investigate the issues with infinite career loading that are said to be “mitigated” by the recent patch 1.1.
Don’t forget, Forza Motorsport is now available on Xbox Series X|S and PC, as well as Xbox Game Pass, PC Game Pass and Xbox Cloud Gaming. We obviously hope that the next update will correct many of the issues players are facing.
Update 2 additions
- New circuit: Yas Marina
- Full circuit, North corkscrew, North circuit, South circuit
- Fashion Career: Prestige Tour (available from November 16 to December 28)
- Prestige Tour reward: 2071 Lamborghini Sesto Elemento
- Career Mode: Italian Open Class (available from November 16 to December 1)
- Prize for the Open Class Series: Ferrari 488 6TB from 2015
- New multiplayer features and rival events
- New cars
- 2073 Aston Martin VI2 Vantage S
- Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce from 2016
- Mazda MX-5 Cup 2017
- 201 Bugatti Veyron Supersport
- 2077 Saleen S7 LM
- 2016 Spania GTA Spano
- MG #20 MG6 XPower from 2020
- 2022 Gordon Murray Automotive T50
- New Pass Cars cars:
- 1965 Lotus #1 Team Lotus Type 40
- 2019 McLaren#03 7205GT3
- 2018 Mercedes-AMG GT3
- 2019 Peugeot #7 D6 Sportcompetition 308
- New multiplayer events
- Vintage Le Mans Sports Cars (November 16 – November 22)
- Subaru BRZ Spec Series (November 23 – November 29)
- The Birth of the Grand Prix – (November 30 – December 6)
- Forza P2 Series – (December 7 – December 13)
Update 2 solutions
- Numerous fixes have been made to improve the overall stability of the game and reduce crashes on all platforms.
- Livery editor
- Fixed an issue that prevented players from viewing and unlocking music and vinyl shared by other players.
- Fixed an issue that caused black paint to appear gray instead of black.
- Fixed an issue where only the inner cylinder of factory rims could be painted.
- Fixed an issue that caused shaders to be recompiled every time you started Forza Motorsport on AMD chipsets.
- Fixed a specific game crash that occurs when headphones are connected to the front panel.
- Note: PC gamers using an AMD 7900 XTX and experiencing a crash at the end of the race should download the latest AMD graphics driver to resolve this issue.
- Fixed group matchmaking, game management, and invitations and memberships in multiplayer.
- Fixes to make custom liveries appear more consistently in multiplayer game modes.
- Fixed cases where the pause/launch countdown took much longer than expected before multiplayer races started.
- Fixed automatic wet tire selection when entering an event, and fixed fuel estimation logic.
- Fixed title stability when resuming from a suspended state on console.
- Fixed an exploit related to changing car settings mid-race.
- Fixed an issue where the game would get stuck in the ‘new content update’ loop when opening the main menu.
- Fixed replays in scenarios where replays don’t start and cars don’t move or float.
- Fixed an issue where the camera was forced to switch at the start of a race. Cars
- Fixed an issue with the visual enhancement option of the 2018 Porsche 718 Cayman GTS Sport Roll Cage, which removes the roof from the car when viewed from first person.
- Fixed an issue that prevented the Thrustmaster T248 LED display from showing race position information.