Forza Motorsport 7 Demo goes live on Xbox One and PC (6pm - 19/09)

Found 19th Sep 2017
Just a quickie guys. The Forza 7 demo launches in just over an hour on Xbox One and PC.

We’re excited to let everyone know that the official Forza Motorsport 7 demo for both Xbox One and Windows 10 PC will be available today for download at 10 a.m. PDT, with three unique racing experiences showcasing the depth and breadth of the experiences available in the game. You can read all about what to expect in our recent Gone Gold post.

In addition to getting ready for the launch of Forza Motorsport 7 by immersing yourselves in the demos, check out our launch trailer for the most comprehensive, beautiful and authentic racing game ever made:

With Forza Motorsport 7, everyone can experience the danger and beauty of competitive racing at their limit. Collect over 700 Forzavista cars, including the largest collection of Ferraris, Lamborghinis and Porsches available in any racing game. Master over 30 famous environments with dynamic conditions that change every time you race.

As part of today’s announcements, Forza is also revealing the “Voices of Motorsports” contributors that will be featured in Forza Motorsport 7. This year’s list includes past and current racing drivers, automotive industry designers, automotive journalists and automotive personalities, each bringing their own unique perspective to racing, driving and automotive passion. This year’s roaster of more than 15 people including:

· Charlie Turner – Editor-in-Chief of Top Gear Magazine

· Jonny Lieberman – Senior Features Editor at Motor Trend Magazine

· Josef Newgarden – Professional IndyCar Driver, (and newly minted 2017 Champion!) with Team Penske, and Forza Ambassador

· Katherine Legge – Professional Driver with Michael Shank Racing, participating in IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. IMSA driver; retired IndyCar and Champ Car driver

· Ken Block – Professional Rally Driver with Hoonigan Racing Division, participating in FIA World Rallycross Championship, also a Forza Ambassador

· Kim Wolfkill – Editor-in-Chief of Road & Track

· Lyn St. James – retired Professional Driver in IndyCar and ChampCar series, Speaker

· Magnus Walker – Porschephile, Author, Serial entrepreneur, fashion designer, and original “Urban Outlaw”

· Mark Roberts – Chief Designer McLaren Automotive

· Matt Farah – Automotive Journalist, Podcaster and Founder of The Smoking Tire

· Pat Devereux – Automotive Journalist

· Pat Long – Professional Sportscar Driver with Wright Motorsports, participating in Pirelli World Challenge, also a Porsche Factory Driver

· Ralph Gilles – Head of Design for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA)

· Rutledge Wood – NASCAR Commentator with NBC Sports, and TV Personality

· Shannon McIntosh – Professional Driver, Racing Instructor and Forza Racing Championship host

· Tanner Foust – Professional Rally Driver with Volkswagen Andretti Rallycross (VARX), participating in Red Bull Global Rallycross, also a Professional Stunt Driver, TV Personality, and Forza Ambassador

Forza Motorsport 7 will be available as an Xbox Play Anywhere title (Xbox One and Windows 10 PC versions included with single digital purchase at no additional cost) on Sept. 29 for Ultimate Edition owners and on Oct. 3 for Deluxe and Standard edition owners.

Community Updates
So pumped. I am on it like a car bonnet
I believe (although, don't quote me) it weighs in at a massive 95gb as a digital download.
[Xbox One] link for when it goes live
BuzzDuraband2 h, 22 m ago

I believe (although, don't quote me) it weighs in at a massive 95gb as a …I believe (although, don't quote me) it weighs in at a massive 95gb as a digital download.

I believe it is around that size, if I recall correctly, 45gb is on the disc and theres a 54gb update day one

'The Xbox One game will be approximately 95 GB at launch. Just about 45 GB of that contained on the Blu-ray disc. The remainder will be available to download for free on September 29.'
Edited by: "nathan3007" 19th Sep 2017
17gb demo on X1
This doesn't compare to Super Cars 2 on the Amiga, that game was a classic and had Highway Code questions and rockets and mines!
Tempting but I'm going to wait until Nov 7th to play it in all its 4K 60 FPS glory on the Xbox1X.
Edited by: "shasnir" 19th Sep 2017
Downloaded, played and deleted.
Disappointing. Very bland and no illusion of speed, and hating the camera sway but thankfully that can be turned off. Seems like a step back from fh3. But then again it is a demo
Post a comment

    Top Discussions

    Top Discussions

    Top Merchants