Forza 2 Confirmed for May Release, Tracks Revealed

In the latest Turn 10 Weekly Pitpass, the Forza Motorsport 2 devs have confirmed that the game will be released in North America in May which means the European release can’t be too far behind. While no exact date has yet been confirmed, Turn 10 are confident the game will go gold in late April/early May and can be released during the first couple of weeks in May.

Also in this week’s update, Turn 10 announced the tracks that will be included in the game. They are:

  • Mugello Autodromo Internazionale, Italy
  • Suzuka Circuit, Japan
  • Sebring International Raceway, USA
  • Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, USA
  • Tsukuba Circuit, Japan
  • Road Atlanta, USA
  • Silverstone Circuit, UK
  • Nürburgring Nordschleife, Germany
  • Maple Valley Raceway
  • Sunset Peninsula Infield
  • New York Circuit
  • Test Track

Across all 12 of the tracks, there will be 47 different ribbons (track configurations). Each track has been built from the ground up and the designers have taken some suggestions from the first game, including seeing track stewards by the side of the track. While the game will ship with only the above mentioned tracks, Turn 10 will be releasing downloadable content “in the months following” Forza 2’s content.

Originally Written By: Scott Webber

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