Forza Motorsport 7 - Xbox One

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  • Forza Motorsport 7

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
98% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (811 out of 830)

Product Details


  • Publisher: Microsoft
  • Platform: Xbox One
  • Genre: Racing
  • Release Date: 10/03/2017
  • Edition: Standard Edition

Synopsis


Experience the danger and beauty of competitive racing at the limit. Enjoy gorgeous graphics at 60fps and true 4K resolution in HDR. Collect over 700 Forzavista™ cars, including the largest assortment of Ferraris, Porsches, and Lamborghinis ever. Master over 30 famous environments with race conditions that change every time you race.

Features


Experience the danger and beauty of competitive racing at the limit with the most comprehensive automotive game ever made

Built from the ground up to be UHD at 60 frames per second, Forza Motorsport 7 will be the premiere 4k gaming experience

Camera shake, rattling parts; immerse yourself in the exhilarating danger that defines motorsport

Intense rain, expanding puddles, and limited visibility make this the ultimate test of bravery and skill behind the wheel

More than 700 cars, including the largest collection of Ferraris, Lamborghinis and Porsches ever

Master 30 racing environments with over 200 ribbons, Forza’s largest track list ever. No two races are the same as race conditions change every time you return to the track

The premier racing championship – The Forza Driver’s Cup. Battle thousands of Drivatars to earn trophies and become the Forza Driver’s Cup Champion

Forza 7 will support every fan-requested wheel on the market

With new leagues, enhanced spectating modes, Mixer integration and premier partners like Porsche, Forza 7 is the ultimate racing esport for players and viewers alike

Personalize your appearance with our massive driver gear collection. Hundreds of options spanning decades of race history and pop culture

Anyone Can Have Fun: From new players to esports pro, Forza 7 is the most customizable game yet. New Assists and Mods designed to help all skill levels, plus unprecedented tuning for veterans to dial in the game how they like



Overall customer rating

4.7
98%
would recommend to a friend
  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    It's getting better, but...

    Posted
    ZerotheWanderer
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Allow me to first say, I have played Forza games since Forza Motorsport 2, so I've been through almost all of the evolutions the series has gone through (and all 3 Horizon games too). I also don't know what the length is capped to, but I'm gonna write some new stuff first and copy/paste my first impressions after 12 hours of play at the bottom. I'm gonna get the negatives out of the way first, starting with the big one, HOMOLOGATION! The TL;DR of homologation is, specific upgrade levels (not just PI limits anymore) a car can have to keep racing closer and fairer. Sadly, it's a bit too forced, and a PITA to work around just so you can race your vehicle that doesn't qualify for homologation rules anymore. The same rewards system is there that has been in the past few, each level, you can get a car at a significant discount, but this time you can choose 50k credits (at max) or driver suits (and eventually mod packs) instead. If you buy a car from the dealer, you can choose it to be stock or homologated, but if you "win" (buy) a car from the level up, it's homologated by default. The game features loot crates, which is also controversial, but currently can only be bought with in-game credits, still gambling, but not with real money... yet. There are also a plethora of visual bugs that can really be bothersome, just knowing they're there has distracted me from driving a few times. Mostly, it's suspension not working, tires not turning, and in one case, a massively oversized rear spoiler (call me a hypocrite, but, that one is great, I hope it doesn't get fixed). Finally, the game is really laggy when it comes to certain things, mostly scrolling through your cars. It's still a single make at a time, but you can spam through with your bumpers. You can also change your car while preparing for a race and see it in the pits, but the game wants to immediately load every car, so it gets REALLY slow. I've said this about most games in succession, when the physics get revamped, feels like more rubber is meeting the road. Well, it's more of the same, but that's a good thing. I use Forza 4 as a benchmark, because it was the most advanced for the prior console generation, and Forza 7 is about par with 4 in terms of advancements and such. It's also much easier to control the cars and use SIM steering, they'll still fishtail, but it's much easier to control them. The tuning is the same, parts are the same, PI system is changed again (but ultimately doesn't matter going through most of the game, with the exception of free/private lobbies). The sounds are also great too. --------- First impressions after 12ish hours below Good: The vehicle sounds are nice, seem a little richer when they're not glitching out (will be talked about later), the driving physics are also really nice, I find myself being able to hold onto and recover cars from slides a lot easier with SIM steering than past Motorsport games, and cars don't fight and lose against bumps and curbs as much. The assortment of cars and tracks is really nice, bringing back some old favorites on both fronts, and the paths to earning some of them is both kinda cool and annoying. Brings back the old days of having to earn and unlock cars. Saving up was still a little challenge, but now we got multiple tiers to work through. The game may have some long-ish loading times, depending on the cars and environment I guess, but I REALLY like that you can do things while the game is loading, AND IT DOESN'T BOOT YOU OUT WHEN IT'S READY! It patiently waits for you to finish tuning your car, selecting your mods, etc. and then it says "alright sir or madam, your race is ready" and in you go. Bad: The audio, when at certain noisy points of the track (ambient things like fireworks), or when surrounded by a lot of cars at full throttle, likes to get REALLY choppy and cut out, and it is really disorienting. The amount of visual problems with vehicles is astounding. I've driven about... lets say 30~ cars so far... the BR-Z FE is missing its side mirrors in 3rd person cam, but they're there in 1st person and in the pits before a race, the RJ Anderson truck has very little suspension travel and front wheels don't turn, the Land Rover Series III's suspension doesn't work on the right side only, and the front wheels don't turn. The Toyota Baja truck has the suspension travel of a typical street car, so you frequently see light under the wheels. How does this even happen? I'm scared to drive the rest of the cars I've collected on my trek to level 32. The drivatars, although haven't had a chance to learn much yet, act like you don't exist. They'll shove you off the track, run into you, slam on the brakes for no reason right in front of you, and this is with aggression turned OFF. Hybrid of bad/why: When you select and use 3 mods fully, they disappear, and you're stuck at that screen for like 15 seconds. If you use 2 and there's 1 remaining, doesn't freeze, only when you use all 3 (or possibly use a single one fully, haven't tried only 1). Can't restart from a race, you have to quit and go back in. Why: The shopping cart system didn't make it into the game. Everything defaulting to homologation unless bought directly. Not being able to actively tune your cars in free play. Having to jump through many hoops to test drive your car. Launching the game with the horrible new VIP system, which they have since addressed, but going through with that idea was very *omitted* stupid, even for Turn10. Joining a multiplayer lobby and being thrown out of the party unwillingly. All and all, I'd say like 5/10, probably the worst one to come out in terms of quality, especially being the SEVENTH Motorsport game in the series. Also, a personal gripe, they still haven't fixed the angled cockpit camera. Looking forward, you're looking down. Looking left and right, your camera is tilted forward like 15 degrees, and looking back, you are staring at the sky. As a final note, wait for price to drop or get it on sale, don't pay full price, they don't deserve it for this quality.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great game but disappointed a little

    Posted
    Mike
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    Have loved Forza going all the way back to Forza 2 (my first Forza.) Missed the series after buying PS4 but when I bought my Xbox last year I skipped Forza 6 and bought Horizon. Was going to buy Forza 6 but downloaded free version of Project Cars instead and that kept me satisfied until Forza 7 came out. Horizon is now at the top of my list and after playing Project Cars I was hesitant on buying PC2 as I figured Forza would make me not want to play it. Bottom line is I'm glad I bought Project Cars 2 as Forza 7 online is horrible. It is by far the worse online and if Forza 8 doesn't have a "drastic" improvement I'll just keep 7 and skip 8 ( I will be buying Horizon 4.) I also own Dirt 4, F1 2017, and Nascar Heat 2. Forza 7 could easily top them all by far with better online. I have played through all of Forza 7, beat every race, etc. so not like I didn't get my money's worth. If you don't mind not having online then this game is awesome. I could care less about all the playing for avatar costumes, etc. and the stupid gambling but that doesn't take away from the game as it appears to do for some. I didn't glitch out for money and I had enough money to buy the cars I wanted but then again I have a lot of hours in the game. For online not being able to have a custom lobby is terrible. Forza suffers from probably one of the worse online communities as everyone seems to want to run you off the road if you dare pass them. No game is perfect but the licensing model in PC2 is nice. Also having a qualifying event so you can start in front of all the idiots is nice. F1 2017 has this as well as PC2. But again if you don't race online ever then this game is pretty darn good. I still use it to practice certain tracks that I race with Project Cars 2 so I have access to a rewind function. On another note I did see my Xbox S and replace with an Xbox X so the graphics are pretty awesome in this game on the X (were awesome on the S also.)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Beautiful 4k, gameplay issues & microtransactions

    Posted
    NickF
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    This was the first game I got for the XBOX One X to play on my new 4k projector. First, it is stunning in 4k. The actual racing in the game is as good as ever, but the limitations on how you can play are incredibly frustrating. If you have ever played the previous Forza games, then you know about the race classes and how that works. You buy a car and start racing it in the class that it is in. You can upgrade the car, but as you do the race class increases and so the cars that you race against get better as well. You can buy one car and slowly upgrade it and race it in 3-4 different classes. In Forza 7, Turn 10 made a baffling decision to just throw that out the window. Now, the class that your car is in when it is new from the factory is firm... in other words, if you buy a car in the C class, you can never race it above the C class. Oh, you can upgrade it to your hearts content, but you can never actually take advantage of that by racing it in upgraded classes - why even have the option to upgrade the car if you can only drive it in free play rather than in race series? You almost need a different car for each race series. Perhaps there is a way around this, but I have not found it as of yet, and I am not the only person who has complained about these short comings. The hope is that Turn 10 will release some updates that fix this stupidity, but we will see. Due to these issues, I have hardly played what is otherwise an amazing game with tons of potential. Turn 10, please fix this! One other thing, the attempt to get micro transactions is insanely annoying. I realize it seems that all games are going that route, but I hate it. I am not going to buy the game and then spend another $20 to get 15 more cars.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Forza game as usual

    Posted
    Ronnie
    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    Wonderful game, and as usual Forza gets a lot right in the fun category. If you are looking for exact detail with everything being perfect, this is not the game for you. If you like having fun, awesome graphics, and sound and don't need to measure suspension travel or what mirror is where, buy it and have fun. No, its not perfect, but its plenty fun. Dirt 2 and Dirt 4, Forza 6 and 7 are all great games and worth owning. Dirt games are a lot more realistic and more difficult due to track surface conditions always changing from Dirt, gravel, snow, ice, asphalt etc. But the beauty of the Forza games is you can turn driver assist options on and off for younger or inexperienced players and have a lot more fun. It is a must for Xbox X on a 4K TV to truly get all the enjoyment out of this game you can. The graphics and sound are beyond incredible and if your TV is only 60HZ you may have some blur problems ..I think this game runs at 120FPS

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Terrible

    Posted
    DaNineTwo
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    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    The graphics are amazing. This is literally the only good part of the game. To even have a CHANCE to buy another car, you have to use random outcome things, and even then you have to level up within. Also, they put something called "auto homoligation". This means no matter what you upgrade or tune your car, it is automatically outfitted to match the other cars in the race. This "feature" is also present in multiplayer, so there's no way to race with your cars. The AI is stupid in that: the first corner of every race, there's an accident leading to a pile-up of cars. Do yourself a favor and don't buy this. WASTE of money. Try Forza 6 or Project Cars 2 - both games I have thoroughly enjoyed.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best of the series

    Posted
    Sure360
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    This is by far the most enjoyable game though much is locked and through you need to play the game first to unlock the more expensive sought after cars in higher tiers.. Opt for ultimate edition much more cars and vip benefits include exclusive vehicles, mods and 100% credits bonus.. And though there's even more cars locked until the game is beat 2x, even more for rivals, forzathon you will not find these in crates or level up tiers make sure you cross referance any cars available to get and insure they will be there should you choose to take driver gear or the $ at that time. Turn tcs, stability management and abs off for most fun

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    I am back to racing thanks to Forza 7

    Posted
    Gaiden
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    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    Forza 7 looks and plays exceptionally well on the Xbox One X console. 4K visuals are stunning. Forza 6 just didn't do it for me, but the visuals, controls, car selections, tracks, music, and new cockpit view in Forza 7 makes me want to explore the game in solo and multiplayer modes. I can't believe how detailed some of the game play is. Racing in an open cockpit car with 24 cars jockeying for postions and shooting flames out their exhaust it just amazing. I like the game progression and aware system much better as well. You rewards which include cars, money, gear, its your choice. No more spinning for a reward and crossing your fingers like Forza 6. Don't forget to open the Forza Hub and collect in game cash rewards, and check your messages everyday to get cash rewards earned by your Avatar. Have fun!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Just not the same

    Posted
    Greg

    Homologation ruins what made Forza special: buying an M5 early on and building and tuning it until you're consistently beating AI Ferraris and Lambos. So many cars that there's no desire to drive one once you obtain it, and many of the special ones are locked behind loot crates and weekly events. For more serious complaints, the driving feels more numb than it ever has, FM6 felt much better, and to be honest, this game has driven me more toward the Project Cars series, which seems to be made by developers that still have something left to prove. The Forza series is just a money grab, and this will almost certainly be my last game until something changes. I bought the ultimate edition at launch and haven't touched it since November.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend



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