This is a great move and one which should resonate well with the Forza community. Hopefully this will be a company-wide policy where games like Halo Infinite also don't feature microtransactions. However, only time will tell.
While drag racing is already a part of Forza Motorsport 7, it's rather cumbersome because, instead of simply tweaking your ride and jumping back into the race, you have to reload the entire track again and wait for a really long time.
Usually when you think of Forza Motorsport 7, you think of exotic cars that look just as expensive as their price tag. Turn 10 Studios recently teamed up with Hyundai to bring the new Veloster to the game.
Usually when Forza games release, they feature a perk called VIP which grants you double credits for each race depending on your edition. Well, Forza Motorsport 7 changed that because it only gave you a few VIP cards.
Do you remember when Turn 10 Studios’ Dan Greenawalt revealed the Porsche 911 GT2 RS at E3 2017? Did you gasp? The reveal not only was for the game, but it was also the first time the whole world was getting a good look at the vehicle.