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Forza Motorsport 8 soon to be playable for some players, here’s how!

The so-called Forza Motorsport 8 will soon be available for some handpicked players. Turn10 had promised that the community would be more involved in the development of the new game, and is therefore following through on its promise.

How do I participate in Forza Motorsport 8 feedback?

It’s in the latest video from Forza Monthly that Chris Esaki, Creative Director at Turn10, gives us news of the “next Forza Motorsport”.

He begins by saying that he greatly thanks the Turn10 teams for their work and their participation in the streams, especially in the current conditions that we all know.

Chris Esaki recalls that when the game was announced last year, there was talk of creating a community inside and outside the game. He adds that for the first time in the history of the series, the game is going be developed with the community of players. The point is really to get the players involved, and the developers to go in the right direction to support the community.

Turn10 promises to have its game tested regularly before its release by handpicked players. You just need to register for the feedback program:

Register for the program

Chris Esaki specifies that players can take part in polls and discussions around the game, but that some can also get their hands on certain parts of the game in advance in order to give their opinion, for example on physics.

Forza Feedback Panel participants are starting to get their hands on part of the game for testing!

Over the next few months, the developers will accept more and more players from the community in this Forza Panel, and the only chance to participate will be to register via the link communicated above. Other Microsoft games have already engaged gamers in the same way. We can cite Sea of ​​Thieves or the next Halo Infinite.

To be eligible for the program, you must be over 18 and agree to a confidentiality agreement. As a reminder, the next Forza Motorsport will offer 4K in 60 FPS as well as Ray Tracing. It will be available on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and Windows 10 PC and will arrive in Xbox Game Pass when it is released, not yet announced but certainly not until 2022.

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