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Forza Motorsport Update 5 Nordschleife Released

Forza Motorsport Update 5 Nordschleife Released

Get ready to conquer the ultimate test of skill and endurance: the legendary Nordschleife is now available in Forza Motorsport as part of Update 5, and it’s completely free!

The legendary Nürburgring Nordschleife, also known as the “Green Hell,” arrives in Forza Motorsport with Update 5, absolutely free for all players. Take your favourite cars to the ultimate test on this iconic 20.8-kilometre track, pushing them to their limits and battling the clock in Time Attack mode.

Fixes and improvements to Forza Motorsport

  • Players can now save Short Race replays. When racing against a full grid, Short races should save most replays; Medium races will not save full replays but will save up to 11 minutes. Work to improve replay save length is ongoing. [1655835]
  • Players are now presented with the option to Skip Practice in the Career mode pre-race menu. Furthermore, if the player previously completed Practice, the game creates a save point and gives the player additional options when returning to a series for replaying or skipping complete practice. [1635662]
  • Fixed an issue in Featured Multiplayer where players could encounter an infinite loading screen when attempting to change their Fuel and Tyre setup at Grid Preview. [1611726]
  • Players are now prompted to save their livery if they attempt to exit the Livery Editor without saving. [1437864]
  • Added custom advanced zoom to the Livery Editor when applying decals to a car. [1621135]
  • On PC, we’ve made numerous under-the-hood improvements to reduce CPU spikes and better utilize the GPU, helping to improve framerate consistency while driving. [1536749, 1651623]
  • Fixed an issue causing custom wheel input layouts to reset to their default settings after relaunching the game with both a controller and steering wheel connected. [1593360]

 

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