Turn 10 Studios is getting their eight Forza Motorsport ready for release in spring 2023 across Xbox Series X|S and PC, and the Xbox & Bethesda Showcase revealed a lot of new details about what will feature in the game, from the cars to the new physics model and more. A big part of that is with the tracks that you can race on, so here’s a track list of every circuit we now know will appear in Forza Motorsport.
Every track in Forza Motorsport has been completely rebuilt from the ground up, using laser scanning for real world circuits like Spa-Francorchamps, and advanced photogrammetry techniques to capture real world materials, objects and textures for all the game’s tracks, so even the classic Maple Valley track looks completely new. All circuits in the game will also feature a full 24 hour day-night cycle that can dynamically change as you race, and there will also be dynamic weather available on all circuits.
There’s also two brand new circuits for the Forza Motorsport series, including the South African track Kyalami, and an original circuit set in Japan called Circuit Hakone.
There’s just five circuits confirmed so far, with the current Forza Motorsport track list looking like this:
- Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
- Circuit Hakone
- Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit
- Maple Valley
- WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca
Forza Motorsport will be a defining new entry in the long-running racing game franchise. Turn 10 is pivoting toward a more simulation style of racing game, ramping up the fidelity of the simulation, adding a full race weekend structure for online multiplayer, and more. Of course, with the Xbox Series X powering it, they’re also adding some show-stopping ray tracing effects that will appear in-game while you are racing (and not just during photo modes or replays).
We look forward to seeing more of the game over the coming month and having more details confirmed.