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Posted: Jan 12, 2024 @ 02:49 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Jan 12, 2024 @ 02:58 pm GMT-0600
Sorting Tags: Forza Motorsport 8, News - All, News - Software,

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Turn10 have announced that Daytona, including both the oval and roadcourse, will be added to Forza Motorsport for free on January 16, 2024. The update overview trailer, embedded below, also details a number of other competition adjustments.

I’m a little disappointed in the visual quality of this Daytona track. Despite the 4K resolution, the textures look fully washed out and lacking fine detail that was easily visible in earlier trailers for Forza Motorsport… There are also a number of visual glitches visible in the trailer, most often in cockpit views.

Look at this image… Look at the lack of blending between the grass and asphalt… Look at the grass texture. This is THEIR screenshot. Makes me curious if performance was an issue, and reminds me of the Goodwood track in Rennsport.

Basic grass, asphalt textures again:

Overview trailer for Update 4.0:

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