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The invited were distributed to “a small group of participants” who had previously signed up to the Forza Motorsport panel, which players can join here.
“We’ll be expanding that number as development progresses, so stay tuned for your chance to join,” the studio tweeted.
Forza Motorsport creative director Chris Esaki said in a video published on Wednesday: “Our development approach this time around is unlike anything we’ve done before, especially when it comes to developing the game with you, our players, and our community.
“So, our new approach to development is really allowing us to get some of our details right, just to ensure that you, your friends and the communities you are building and are a part of will really enjoy and thrive in this world of Forza Motorsport.”
He added: “Today we will soon be able to share, to our people in our Forza panel, they will actually be able to get their hands on a part of our new Forza Motorsport game.”
Forza Motorsport for Xbox Series X was announced last summer and described as “a reimagining” of the series. At the time, Turn 10 creative director Dan Greenawalt told Xbox.com that the game was in early development.
“We are taking what has made Forza Motorsport great over the past 15 years and pairing it with new game concepts and new technologies,” he explained.
“With the new Forza Motorsport, ray tracing is coming to ForzaTech, you will see a dynamic world in 4K, 60fps, that is connected and dynamic – from surfaces of cars reflecting off each other, to brilliant red paint bouncing off intensely detailed track surfaces, and the interplay of light and shadow throughout the world.”
Meanwhile, it has been claimed that Forza Horizon 5 could be released for Xbox Series X/S in 2021.