Forza Horizon cars exceptionally detailed
The upcoming, open world racing game for the Xbox 360 looks so realistic the in-game car models are hard to tell apart from their real-world counterparts. A few new screenshots of Forza Horizon show off some of the cars’ in exceptional detail, and this just adds to the amazing racing titles that have been produced for fans to experience.
It seems as if games like Gran Turismo 5 and Forza 4 are paving the way for racing games to look so much like the real thing, and those lucky enough to play these titles are now feeling the benefits of the incredible detail that is put into them. Highlighting the curvy 2013 SRT Viper and the 1965 Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe EL33TONLINE also mention the release date for Forza Horizon and this exclusive Xbox title will be available from the 23rd of October.
In an article on This Is Xbox they report the offer of exclusive content with the VIP Membership Program, and the membership is also included as part of the Limited Collector’s Edition of the game. Documenting the cars involved the 2012 Audi R8 GT Spyder, 2011 Koenigsegg Agera, 2011 Lamborghini Sesto Elemento, 2012 Pagani Huayra, and 2011 RUF Rt 12 R are all accessible. Additionally they detail the multiple extras including special recognition as a VIP member with a VIP icon affixed to their Gamertag, VIP Rivals Mode Events, exclusive in-game gifts, extra slots for things like photos, liveries and videos and expanded gallery space.
The VIP membership is available when you buy the Limited Collector’s Edition for £59.99 ERP, and owners will also receive a custom-designed Steelbook packaging, a Horizon Festival ticket to access exclusive Xbox LIVE content, a day 1 add-on pack with five cars, a Horizon accelerator token pack and five exclusive LCE car pack liveries. The standard edition will go for £49.99 ERP and both are available for pre-order now.
Last month we looked into some of the latest details and our Forza Horizon article contained some insightful information from Turn 10 Studios series director, Dan Greenawalt. Does the Limited Collector’s Edition entice you to spend another £10 for all the extras?