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Forza Motorsport Update 10 brings ‘Nemesis Month’ with an emphasis on car rivalries

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Forza Motorsport Received its 10th content update. Despite the earlier promise, Update 10 is available in one wave, bringing gamers new content, fresh events, fixes, some new features, and more.

New content in Update 10 includes Big Country Labs airfoils for 18 different cars (unlocked at Tier 1) and manufacturer rivalries in the “Nemesis Tour”. The latter celebrates famous rivals in the automotive field, such as rally, grand prix, hybrid holy trinity and endurance. Participating in these events will get you the 1998 Mercedes-Benz AMG CLK GTR and the 2008 Lamborghini Reventón.

With update 10, Forza Motorsport There’s finally a proximity radar that can help you spot cars in blind spots and avoid accidental collisions, keeping your race clean. The new proximity radar will come in handy, especially when racing using cockpit, hood, or fender cameras.

Developers have also improved Replay, adding a new vertical driver list to make it easier to choose which car to focus on. There are also navigation improvements for keyboard and mouse users. Future updates will add even more changes to Replay, such as dynamically updated race positions, new cameras, lap counter and more.

On PC, gamers will get a more accurate estimate of VRAM usage, which will help choose appropriate graphics settings. Also, Turn10 Studios fixed various transfer times that would vary depending on FPS and allowed users to turn off TAA completely.

Here are additional fixes included in Update 10:

  • Many fixes for Catalonia address a bouncing object, missing noise track geometry, a ghost sign across a bridge, and an invisible collision.
  • Many fixes to Hockenheim address bouncing objects, misaligned concrete barrier and collision and low resolution vegetation on the track surface.
  • Fixed an issue where the game would crash while quickly switching tabs in the “Find Designs” menu.
  • Fixed an issue that caused some players to disconnect after completing a selected multiplayer race.
  • Improved AI seamlessly merges into/out of pit lanes.
  • Fixed a problem that caused the RPM to rise momentarily higher than expected when downshifting.
  • Fixed an issue that caused unintentional camera shakes when understeering.
  • Fixed a crash that could occur when selecting a car in multiplayer races.

In update 11, which should arrive in mid-August, Turn10 Studios promises a new track and additional additions to the racing simulator. You can read more about of Forza Motorsport Update 10 In the official blog post. Full release notes are also available Here.

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