Forza Motorsport’s 10th Update Will Be A Bit Different

Update 10 will be the first Forza Motorsport update to be split in two, although no word on new content as of yet
Forza Motorsport’s 10th Update Will Be A Bit Different

Since releasing back in October 2023, Forza Motorsport has had a pretty consistent stream of updates. It has been all but guaranteed that once a month, one big lump of an update with new content – often a new track – plus a bunch of gameplay tweaks and fixes would arrive. For Update 10, though, things are a little different.

Turn 10, the developers of Motorsport, have confirmed that it’ll be split into two parts. The first will be released today, 10 July, with details of the new car and event content to be revealed at 5pm UK time in a video focusing solely on the first part of the update.

Forza Motorsport 2023
Forza Motorsport 2023

For now, we do know the update will bring some changes to Hockenheim and Catalunya, as well as a new Big Country Labs aero option for 18 cars – something already seen in Forza Horizon.

It’s unclear when part two of Update 10 will be released, but the split is said to be to allow more time for work on content and fixes. That would imply that either we’re set for a big chunk of new content that needs some more work, or some sort of issue has cropped up in development. Time will tell.

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We can only speculate on what content may be included as both parts of the updates, but we’re certainly hoping for another track. Update 9 also added a limited-time set of endurance races so, with a bit of luck, that may become a permanent feature.

As for cars, it’s anyone’s guess but there are some recent additions to Forza Horizon we’d love to see transplanted to Motorsport. Highlights of this month’s series in Horizon 5 include the Hyundai Ioniq 5 N, Toyota GR Yaris and Ford Mustang Dark Horse – all of which sound a good fit for the track.


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