Turn 10: Forza Motorsport 7 Windows Version Is A Huge Opportunity, Driver’s Cup Will Take About 60-80 Hours
Forza Motorsport 7 is a couple of weeks away from launch and developer Turn 10 has been revealing new details about the game. Now the studio has revealed how much time will it take players to complete the Driver’s Cup and also talked about the PC version of the game.
Speaking with VentureBeat, Turn10 content director John Wendl revealed that players will need about 60-80 hours to complete Driver’s Cup, which is sort of a single-player campaign for Forza Motorsport 7. He added that with over 700 cars and dynamic weather no two races will be the same.
It’s massive. We have a ton of content, more than 700 cars. They all have Forza Vista levels of interaction and detail. More than 30 tracks, but with the dynamic weather system really no two races are the same. The Forza Driver’s Cup has six different series, and we expect it to take players between 60 and 80 hours to complete. It’s been more than two years.
He also talked about the PC version of Forza 7, citing it as a huge opportunity to attract a large audience through the platform and added that the game has been fully optimized for a wide range of PC setups.
Windows, I believe, is a real opportunity for motorsport. There’s a huge sim racing audience on PC. We’ve done a lot to surprise and delight that audience. We’re supporting every fan-requested wheel on the market, a ton of different peripherals. You can even plug in a PlayStation Dual Shock controller on your PC and play it that way if you want. We support 21 by 9 aspect ratio, which PC gamers told us was important, as well as a really wide range of specs – everything from high-end gaming rigs down to an i5 processor in a Surface Book.
Forza Motorsport 7 will launch on October 3, 2017, for PC and Xbox One and will also be a Play Anywhere title.