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  • Forza Motorsport: How To Get November’s New Free Reward Cars?

    Posted: Nov 25, 2023

    Forza Motorsport Update 2.0 is now available, bringing with it new time-limited reward cars and discounted Spotlight Cars. I’ll tell you exactly what these are, how to get them, and why you might have less time this month.

    Update On October Rewards

    Reward cars are Forza Motorsport Cars you can get for free just by playing the game, but some are only available for a limited time. So, sadly, 2020 Audi R8 featured in last month’s Open Class Tour is no longer for sale. We don’t know yet if and when it will come back.

    On Acura ARX DPi, however, things are different. This Featured Tour, with this car as a reward, isn’t gone yet. This means you can still get an Acura ARX if you complete this Featured Tour.

    Even though the developers make it look like this is a time-limited reward car. But I’ve tested it on a new account and could still get Acura ARX on November 18th, after the expected tour was over.

    Although Featured Tour to get an Acura ARX may still be removed in the future, for now you can still get an Acura ARX if you missed it in the first month.

    November Changes

    One big change in November is that the new event will only be held for four weeks. While we have 6 weeks to get Reward Cars for October, we only have 4 weeks in November.

    Sesto Elemento

    Now let’s talk about the new cars we can get. In the new Prestige Tour added to Featured Tour Tab, you can get 2011 Lamborghini Sesto Elemento.

    This Tour unlocks once you complete the intro to Builders Cup, so it won’t take long. Next, they will unlock a new activity every week, and you must complete all of them to get Sesto Elemento.

    It’s important to note that “Complete” is the key word here, as you don’t have to win anything, just complete it.

    While we expect the event to last until December 14th, Tour may also last beyond December 14th and offer longer bonus cars. If you want to ensure you get the bonus car, I recommend completing the event before December 14th.

    There are 4 main events in this tour, each with 5 games, which means you have to complete 20 games to get your own Sesto Elemento. Each activity takes approximately 1.5-2 hours, depending on how much you practice. This would bring the total time to complete all the races here to around 6-8 hours.

    Ferrari 488 GTB

    We can find the second reward car in Open Class Tour. Tour will have a new theme each month and will feature Italian Manufacturers in November. While last month you could still choose any car that has now changed. You can really only choose Italian Cars now.

    The reward cars here are 2015 Ferrari 488 GTB. If you haven’t unlocked Open Class Tour yet, you will need to complete “Premium Performance” activity first. You can find this activity on Modern Tour.

    Here are the 22 games you must play after Builders Cup Intro. This took me about 8 hours of gameplay.

    Once you unlock Open Class Tour, you will need to complete 4 games of 4 each, so there are 16 games here. Again, each activity will probably take you about 1-1.5 hours, and the total time to complete the open class tour is about 4-6 hours.

    Again, just finishing the game is enough, not winning is required. You have 4 weeks until December 14th to complete the event and receive your new Ferrari 488 GTB. Here, we can be fairly certain that Italian Themed Open Class Tour will disappear after December 14th. Therefore, if you want a reward car, be sure to complete these activities before then.

    How Long Does It Take?

    If you have unlocked Open Class Tour, the total game time to get both reward cars should be approximately 10 to 14 hours. If you haven’t done so already, this will take about 8 additional hours.

    Remember, you can always skip practicing for these events and just compete. This will significantly reduce the time required to complete these events.

    One more thing to note: I know some of you are having trouble with Builders Cup because of the progress not being saved bug. Now this issue should finally be fixed with Update 2.0, so hopefully anyone suffering from this bug won’t lose progress again.

    Spotlight Cars

    Now let’s take a final quick look at Spotlight Cars. These cars will be on sale during certain weeks. So if you’re interested in one of these, it would be wise to buy it during that week to save Forza Motorsport Credits.

    Here you can see a list of all Spotlight Cars available between November 16th and December 14th. Some of them will return to the series, while others are actually brand new cars in Forza Motorsport. Also, VIP members receive an additional discounted car throughout the 4-week period, 2019 Ferrari Monza SP2.

    Which One Are You Looking Forward To?

    So, which one of these cars are you looking forward to the most? What do you think about the system of unlocking reward cars? Have a great day!

  • Forza Motorsport: Top 5 FM Cars In The Game

    Posted: Nov 25, 2023

    If you have checked on this guide, you clearly want to know the top 5 best FM Cars in Forza Motorsport.

    5. Audi RS 3 LMS

    We kick things off with the Audi RS 3 LMS. It is brilliant for the Forza Touring Cars spec races in Featured Multiplayer. 

    Now, you’re probably thinking it can’t be any better than any of the other cars if you really believe it’s a spec series, which of course, it’s not, because it’s Forza so the different cars have edges in different areas. 

    It is still all fairly close. But while this isn’t the best Touring Car for every track, it certainly seems to be the best for most. It’s also the easiest to drive, in my opinion, because it feels the most stable through medium and high-speed corners. 

    I’m not sure if it’s just that everyone in the other cars uses much higher down force, but it certainly seems that the Audi has better straight line speed.

    4. Porsche 911 GT3 R

    Next up, we have the Porsche 911 GT3 R, in the number 4 spot. This is another car that is very good for spec races in Featured Multiplayer, this time for Forza GT. 

    Again, it’s not big margines, and the car that is best swings from track to track, but I find that this is just the best overall. Once again, it’s down to the fact that it’s easy to drive, because it’s very well balanced. 

    Its straight line speed is very good, generally seemingly better than the alternative Forza GT Cars. In the corners, it’s got a bit of a tendency to understeer, but not too much. And it doesn’t feel like the rear is always going to come round and spin you out if you carry a bit too much speed through the corners.

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    3. Formula Mazda

    Moving on, we have the Formula Mazda, taking up the number 3 spot. This thing is a meta Car for A-Class

    The rivals leaderboards are flooded with this thing, and when there’s finally online Open Races for A-Class, I’m sure this will dominate. 

    It’s very light and nimble in the corners, although not actually that nice to drive. Because it rather understeers on the way in, and then mid corner it gets very unforgivingsnaps of oversteer if you carry a bit too much speed. But, nevertheless, it’s the best car for A-Class.

    2. Mazda MX-5 Miata

    Moving onto the penultimate car in this guide, we have the Mazda MX-5 Miata, specifically the one from 1990. This is the best car for E & D-Class. And it’s easy to see why. 

    It’s light and nimble, and full of grip. The rear can get a bit light through medium and high-speed corners, causing snaps of oversteer. But, overall, the balance is pretty good, and easy to drive with. 

    Its straight line speed isn’t the best, but it more than makes up for it in the corners, making it brilliant for one lap pace. And in races, it will have a good pace if you cannot get held up behind the cars with better straight line speed through the corners. 

    Because they can act as a roadblock in the part of the track where you have the edge, which can be almost as frustrating as people who like marmite.

    1. McLaren MP4/4

    Anyway, finally, at the top spot, wehave the McLaren MP4/4. This old F1 Car from 1988 is nearly as dominant in Forza Motorsport as the Red Bull RB19 is in F1 right now. 

    It feels pretty unreal to drive because it has so much grip, so you can carry a ridiculous amount of speed through corners. 

    It is by far the best car for X-Class, and is one of the best for P-Class, after a bit of downgrading to get it below the class limit. So, I think it’s fair to say it’s the best car in Forza Motorsport right now.

    Anyway, as long as you have enough Forza Motorsport Credits, no matter what type of car you want to drive in Forza Motorsport, you can!

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