As Forza Motorsport's release draws closer, Xbox and Turn 10 have announced some new details regarding the game's launch day content, as well as what fans can expect to arrive post-release as the game grows over time.
First off, the team has confirmed that the German 'Nürburgring GP' circuit will be one of the game's 20 day-one tracks after recently announcing Road America's place in the launch lineup. However, Nürburgring's famous 'Nordschleife' layout will not be available on release - it's coming in Spring 2024 instead.
Nordschleife has been "completely rebuilt" for Forza Motorsport on Xbox Series X|S and PC, and the track's overall complexity has likely led to its delayed arrival. Still, we now know that the dev team will be working on this Forza title for a long time to come, and there's more confirmation of that today too.
Turn 10 has committed to "delivering ongoing content monthly post-launch"; much like how Playground Games handles the Forza Horizon series these days. While that doesn't necessarily mean we'll get new track layouts every month, it's good to hear that we'll get a number of content drops before Nordschleife arrives next spring.
Alongside these content plans, the team has unveiled a bunch of new details on how the PC version is shaping up; also announcing that Steam PC pre-orders go live later today. If you're planning on tackling Xbox's upcoming racer on PC the new blog post is well worth a look to check out all of the features you can expect to see on the platform at launch.