Usually when you think of Forza Motorsport 7, you think of exotic vehicles that look just as expensive as their price tags. However, there are many other manufacturers out there producing exciting cars which many gamers don't get to see. In many ways, Turn 10 Studios provides a platform for these manufacturers to showcase their vehicles, and recently teamed up with Ford to bring a unique F-150 truck to the game. The F-150 is a considered by many to be a modern classic given its power and practicality. It's one of the most popular vehicles in the United States during any given year because of this.
Starting today, Forza Motorsport 7 owners will be able to download the free Xbox One X-themed Raptor from the in-game Message Center. There are also Raptor-themed Rivals events where you can challenge your friends to see who has the most skill. Rivals events function like leaderboards because you want to see who can complete a lap the fastest. The F-150 truck is surprisingly powerful yet heavy, so be sure to slow down when you approach corners. You have to take the weight of the vehicle into consideration more so than others because of the increased momentum.
It's great to see Forza Motorsport 7 bring gamers vehicles many wouldn't normally consider trying. Forza Motorsport 7 is a stellar racing game which is regarded as a showcase for the Xbox One X. In our review of the title a few months ago, we said that it was "the most complete racing game on Xbox. It's got something for all abilities, enough content to keep you going for a long old time and it's so stunning to look at, it massages your eyeballs every time you play." If you love racing games, be sure to give this one a go. It's a must-play title, especially if you have an Xbox One X because of its visuals.
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