Forza Anthology Repack [ 132 GB ] and Forza Anthology Repack [ 132 GB ] | Forza Franchise | Forza Video Game Series
Forza Anthology Repack is a series of semi-sim[clarification needed] racing video games for Xbox consoles and Microsoft Windows published by Xbox Game Studios. The franchise is primarily divided into two series; the original Forza Motorsport series developed by American developer Turn 10 Studios, which focuses on primarily professional-style track racing events and series around various tracks both real and fictional, and the Forza Horizon series mainly developed by British developer Playground Games, which revolves around a fictional racing and music festival called the “Horizon Festival” and features open world environments set in fictional representations of real world areas in which players may freely roam and participate in racing events. Each main installment of both series have so far been released on a biennial basis, with Motorsport entries releasing in odd-numbered years and Horizon entries releasing in even-numbered years. However, this pattern was altered due to the absence of a new Forza Motorsport game in 2019, with Turn 10 creative director Dan Greenawalt having confirmed in June that there would not be an eighth Motorsport title that year.
Forza seeks to emulate the performance and handling characteristics of many real-life production, modified and racing cars. Forza Motorsport is often seen as Microsoft’s answer to Sony’s Gran Turismo series for the PlayStation systems.Forza Horizon, on the other hand, is often seen as a competitor to both Ubisoft’s The Crew series and EA’s Need For Speed games.Forza Motorsport 3 includes more than 400 customisation cars (more than 500 cars in the Ultimate Collection version) from 50 manufacturers and more than 100 race track variations with the ability to race up to eight cars on track at a time. These cars vary from production cars to race cars such as those from the American Le Mans Series. At the E3 2009 Microsoft Press Conference where the game was first showcased, Turn 10 unveiled the rewind feature (much like the Codemasters “flashback” feature on Race Driver: Grid, F1 010 and DiRT 2), which allows the player to turn back time to fix previous mistakes made on the track. The rewind feature has no limit on how many times it may be used but afterwards, the player must wait 30 seconds before being able to rewind again. It is also the first game in the franchise to feature a cockpit camera and to have sport utility vehicles.