A new update for Forza Motorsport 5 will make cars cheaper than what they were when the game first launched.
As reported by IGN, some cars cost 45% cheaper than ever before. The Ferrari 250 GTO was $6 million, but it will now cost $2 million when the update comes later this month.
Not only are cars becoming cheaper, but the new update in Forza Motorsport 5 will also add Drag Racing and Tag multiplayer modes. The Drag Racing supports up to 16 racers ib one lobby. You can do one-on-one duels or have eight cars race in one strip.
Tag Multiplayer modes are outlined below:
Keep the It: One player begins the match as “It.” The goal is for the “It” player to keep “It” status for as long as possible. “It” status transfers each time someone makes contact with the “It” player. Once the match timer has completed, the player with the most “It” time wins.
Tag Virus – One player begins the match as “It.” Each time an “It” player makes contact with another car, the “It” status spreads like a virus. The last uninfected player standing wins the match.
Pass the It: Similar to “Keep the It”, one player begins a “Pass the It” match with “It” status. “It” status transfers each time someone makes contact with the “It.” At the end of the match, the player with the least amount of “It” time wins.
Do you like the fact that cars will be more affordable in Forza Motorsport 5?