Hello everyone, I’m making some considerations on the new Forza Motorsport. Excluding the discussion on the technical quality that seems to me to be really “invincible”, I have doubts about the future career mode.
It is known that practices and qualifying will be implemented, but in my opinion they will be “optional”, and if you decide not to do them then your race will start as usual in the middle of the grid (in my opinion it will be done for the widest possible audience).
If this is not the case and practice and qualifying are compulsory, then I fear that this will also lead to a reduction in the number of cars. I find it hard to believe that with a 1970 Fiat 500 they let you go through tests, qualifications and then a race that could also be “Endurance”.
My biggest concern is that they can make a game similar to Assetto Corsa Competizione, where car modifications won’t be present in the career but only in the “free play” mode (as happens in FM7). I fear this because in my opinion FM7 was a 9 rated game, but due to the approvals the game was completely ruined and became a 6 rated game.
What do you think?
I think we need to go back to a system where you can have the freedom to make your car evolve and take it with you to the higher categories, but I would like that in this context the game can give many, many, many more credits so that you you will have the utmost freedom to take your car to higher categories with you or buy a new car suitable for the reference class.
From this point of view, Gran Turismo is superior, because you have the utmost freedom to choose whether to buy a reference car or modify the ones you have up to the reference PP.