"Neither Rain, Nor Snow…": Forza 6 Has Awesome New Weather To Crash In


New trailer promises lots of puddles and a big slippery mess.

Withthe latest yet quite similar version of the popular racing game about to bereleased for Xbox One on September 15th, Forza Motorsport's developers havecome up with a hot new way of selling their game: cold and wet weather. Pursuing true-to-lifesimulations of various weather settings with the help of Josef Newgarden, Forzasays that the next edition will now offer wet racing conditions – "the greatequalizer" – with dry and wet conditions available on 148 unique driveablesurfaces.

Asplayers fight to combat slippery roads and avoid puddles, this should add awhole new layer of fun, and quite a few crashes, to the popular game. Check outthe trailer to see if you're ready to get splashed:

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