Forza Motorsport Update 7 to Add Brands Hatch Circuit

Forza Motorsport Replace 7 to Upload Manufacturers Hatch Circuit

Brands Hatch, the fifth new track, has already been made public for the next major update of Forza Motorsport, which will still provide new material every month.

One of the most well-known racetracks in the UK, Brands Hatch, has held almost every kind of event in its 75 years of operation. These days, its top four-wheeled races are the British GT Championship, British Touring Car Championship, and GT World Challenge Europe.

The challenging 2.4-mile circle takes riders through Kent’s gorgeous countryside and has nine twists, notable elevation changes (maybe most notably at Paddock Hill’s first turn), and very few straight parts. The 1.2-mile Indianapolis circuit is an additional choice; it is renowned for its relentlessness, partly because the track is situated within a natural amphitheater.

With merely 20 track locations when it launched, the original Forza Motorsport 7 was replaced with the current game, which omitted this extra circuit. Still, four of the six significant post-launch updates that have been released thus far have added new courses to the game. Version 6, the most current iteration, significantly alters the gameplay loop and redesigns the very contentious vehicle progression mechanism.

They have all been return courses so far. Yas Marina was the first, followed by Daytona, Hockenheimring, and — perhaps most importantly — the Nordschleife, which was built on top of the Nurburgring. Brands Hatch plans to add five more sites in only six months, a 20% increase from their initial five.

Update 7 is expected to contain a number of new and returning vehicles, as well as certain time-limited events that will enable users to get them for free. Turn 10 has not yet provided any details on the additional features that will be included.

A webcast to provide further information, including the Brands Hatch variants that will be available, will take place on Monday, April 8 at 1600 UTC. We want for a 1980s layout with the insane Dingle Dell chicane, particularly since only Laguna Seca has received the historic treatment so far.

The actual upgrade ought to arrive shortly after, and the extra events need to get underway around April 10. As soon as new information becomes available, keep checking back.

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