Xbox One Exclusive Forza Motorsport 6’s Features and Images Revealed: 450+ Cars, Weather and Night Racing (UPDATE)

Xbox One Exclusive Forza Motorsport 6’s Features and Images Revealed: 450+ Cars, Weather and Night Racing (UPDATE)

Xbox Japan just opened a new page for the upcoming Xbox One exclusive Forza Motorsport 6, revealing some interesting details about the game, and a few images.

Unrelenting action at simulation speed. Race over 450 cars in the most beautiful and comprehensive racing game of this generation.

As real as it gets
Breathtaking graphics at 1080px resolution and 50 60 frames per second. Wet weather, 3D puddles, and night racing test your driving skills. Cutting-edge ForzaTech™ engine powers the unrelenting action and stat-of-the-art-physics at simulation speed.

Ultimate car fantasy
The most cars of any racing game this generation. More than 450 cars all immaculately recreated and customizable, and complete with working cockpits and full damage. Tour 26 world-famous locales including Daytone, Rio, and more..

Never race alone
Home of the greatest racing, tuning and painting community in gaming. 2-player split-screen racing, 24-player races, and realistic Drivatar opponents deliver packed tracks and unrivaled action.

Looking at the watermarked images and at the wonky pagination of the website (not to mention the fact that it’s in English), it seems to be content leaked before it was intended to be released. The “50 frames per second” part is also probably a typo (there’s a typo in “1080p” as well).

Update: Microsoft clarified that it’s indeed a typo, and the game will run at 1080p, 60 FPS, with more information coming at E3.

Further evidence that the site wasn’t intended for public consumption yet is the fact that its source code includes notes like: “Hero image – reminder that the mobile version will need to be replaced as well.”

We don’t know if the images are renders or actual screenshots, but they really do look fantastic. You can check them out above and below.

Update 2: the original page is gone. Obviously someone at Microsoft found out and hurriedly removed the leak. Luckily you can still find all the content here.

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