Microsoft Corp. this week demonstrated Forza Horizon 2 for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, CA.
The Nissan GT-R held solid controls with authentic analog steering and palpable brake and gas functions via the right and left triggers.
The AI was realistic and drove with human like behavior, to the point where several vehicles were involved in an accident.
The graphics engine held at 30 frames-per-second with a solid sense of speed. Fine details included photo-realistic vehicle models, dynamic reflections, and well-rendered interiors.
The Forza Horizon 2 Xbox One SKU will be developed by Playground Games and will utilize the Forza Motorsport 5 game engine and Drivatar system.
The Xbox 360 SKU will be developed by Sumo Digital and utilize the Forza Horizon engine.
The final game will be set in Southern Europe and feature a range of vehicles, including the Lamborghini Huracán.