With the launch of a game as big as Forza Motorposrt 6, there were bound to be a few bugs that snuck through the final game. Over the last month, Turn 10 has been hard at work tracking down the issues and fixing them. Today a new Logitech G Car Pack was announced along with a huge patch to fix many issues present in the game. The Logitech G Car Pack comes from Logitech to help celebrate the launch of the new G920 racing wheel for the Xbox One, and it features seven new cars that range from fast and exciting, to classic and exotic, with a random limousine in the middle.
On the list we have a pair of vintage Formula One cars, two Le Mans racers, an old Volvo, the Caparo T1 and a Cadillac XTS Limousine. You can find out more about each car below.
As for the big fixes, the majority of these ar based around general nuisances in the game. There were some engine note issues, a few in-car camera discrepancies and some problems with achievements as well as problems importing liveries and tunes from Forza 5. All of this has been rectified, and that’s great, but the real news comes in the track, Drivatar and engine swap changes.
For tracks, there were issues in Road Atlanta, Monza and Top Gear that would either cause you to wreck mysteriously, cheat by cutting corners, or in the case of the Top Gear track, get your lap labeled as “dirty” when it was in fact completely clean. As for the Drivatars they have been altered to stop a bug that would allow them to drive faster than they should, and they now receive damage as they should when they crash into things. The “engine swap” fix is probably the biggest thing happening to the game. It was discovered that certain cars were actually faster than they were supposed to be after an engine swap. This meant that certain cars could dominate races and the leaderboards thanks to an unfair advantage. This has now been fixed, and Turn 10 is wiping the leaderboards that these cars qualify for.
Along with the car pack and the big patch, Turn 10 is also giving all players one free new car this month, the 2015 Infiniti Q60 Concept. Check it out with the other cars below.
Free Car – 2015 Infiniti Q60
In addition to the improvements and changes that have come with the latest content update for Forza 6, we’re also tossing in a bonus treat for fans: a free car for the month of October! This car – the 2015 Infiniti Q60 Concept – will be available to all Forza Motorsport 6 as a free car that players can download to their garage immediately after getting the content update. Here’s more on the Q60 Concept:
2015 Infiniti Q60
What’s not to appreciate about a two-door coupe with more than 300 hp and rear-wheel drive? Not much if you are talking about the Infiniti Q60. That horsepower comes from a twin-turbo V6 and at full boost you better hang on tight. The Q60 is the successor to the G37. The G37 – although plenty fast – was a bit heavy. The Q60 addresses its weight issues with aluminum and carbon fiber components. This sporty yet extremely comfortable car is just as ready for a leisurely weekend drive as it is to be thrown into a backwards-entry slide as your new favorite drift ride. Sleek, and well-appointed, yet still discreet in its appearance, the Q60 is ready to take on similarly-classed German coupes anytime, anywhere.