Open-world driving game "Forza Horizon 2" is coming to Xbox One and Xbox 360 this September 30, developer studio Turn 10 announced today at the Microsoft's E3 event. The game will introduce dynamic weather to the "Forza" franchise for the first time.
Turn 10 Studios also announced a new track for the 2013 game "Forza Motorsport 5," the Nürburgring, which goes live today and is downloadable for no additional cost.
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"Forza Horizon 2" will feature the "Drivatar" technology introduced in "Forza Motorsport 5," where you can compete against simulated "Drivatars" of your friends based on data from their actual races. The new game will also have over 200 cars, and take place in southern Europe.
Turn 10 Studios also promises dedicated servers for online multiplayer, and that the game will boast 1080p graphics and 30 frames per second action on Xbox One. "Forza Horizon 2" uses the same graphics engine as "Forza Motorsport 5."