At its E3 2017 (opens in new tab)press conference today, Microsoft has unveiled the latest game to join the Forza franchise - Forza Motorsport 7.
Playable in full 4K, HDR and a "rock solid" 60fps, and developer Turn 10 reckons it's the most "technical and comprehensive racing game ever made", complete with "living" dynamic weather, puddles, and "rattling and vibrating car parts", and the choice of 700 - yes, 700 - cars.
Forza has also struck a new six-year deal with Porsche, moving away from it's previous partnership with Lamborghini. To celebrate, the conference was also used to show showcase Porsche's all-new 911 GT 2 RS, which will playable in-game.
Forza Motorsport 7 is scheduled to release on October 3, 2017.