Xbox One owners and PC gamers are getting some love for the ambitious realistic racing sim, Forza Motorsport 7. The March Car Pack. This gives players access to a list of new cars, and also includes focused improvements to the Livery Editor and other modes.
Seven new vehicles come with the March Car Pack. Included are the 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Spider, 1983 Jaguar #44 XJR-5, 1988 Nissan #33 Bob Sharp Racing 300ZX, 1977 Brabham #8 Motor Racing Developments BT45B, 2017 Lincoln Continental, 2017 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2, and the 2017 Volvo XC90 R-Design.
It’s not just new cars included in the update either. There’s plenty of new features for the racing fan in your life. One major change is the expansion of the race spectator mode.
With the new update, those spectating races will now be able to use the Spectate Ticker: the ticker offers a stream of data to those spectating, including the distance gaps from race leaders, distance gaps from the car ahead, lap times, race order changes, time behind leader, and time intervals. Data loops and the stats contained within can be modified at-will by the host of the race in particular.
There’s also a new Telemetry screen for race spectators that allows them to review car statistics and real-time updates on the condition of cars in the race. The mode offers details on suspension, friction, tire heat, damage, and telemetry (RPM, clutch, power, torque, throttle). This option is off by default and is required to be manually enabled by the spectator.
Check out the trailer, as well as a gallery of the included cars, all down below:
You can download the March update now, Forza Motorsport 7 is available now for Xbox One and PC.