Turn 10 has announced a series of changes to the Forza Motorsport progression system.
After studying the feedback received from the community, the North American studio has detailed a series of changes that will be introduced as part of the game’s sixth update, scheduled for next March.
The first major change is that all parts for each car will be unlocked with Car Level 1, meaning they can be installed in any order.
As the developers explain, “whether it’s engine changes, wheel changes, changes to the aspiration system, body kits or any other part available for your vehicle, you will now have the freedom to build your cars your way.”
Another important change is that Car Points can be obtained with in-game credits. This has not been definitively decided yet, but Turn 10 is currently testing the change from 4,500 credits to 500 Car Points.
“This means that you can immediately start installing upgrades on your car if you have enough credits, or if you prefer to save credits, you can continue earning parts by leveling up cars, as before.”
The time required to raise a car to level 50 will remain between two and three hours, and brand discounts will not change as part of this update.