Forza Motorsport 7 was unveiled yesterday at the pre-E3 Xbox conference, along with the Xbox One X (official name of "Project Scorpio") and the brand-new 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS. Some key points from the conference: Native 4K resolution (XBX), 60 FPS and HDR display technology (XBS/XBX); 700+ Forzavista cars, 30+ environments and 200+ ribbons; Racing driver customization with lots of body presets and suits, helmets etc. from different motorsport eras; Dynamic weather system and time of day; New fantasy track set in Dubai (Jebel Hafeet Mountain); Playable on Xbox One, Xbox One X and Windows 10; Xbox "Play Anywhere" title (cross play/save/buy); Bigger eSports focus with new League system, enhanced spectating modes and Mixer integration; Release dates: 3rd October (29th September for Ultimate Edition owners). Creative Director Dan Greenawalt confirmed that Forzathon events will be back. Forza Motorsport 7 will also feature new widebody kits (Rocket Bunny M3 E36 and FD3S RX-7 from Horizon 3 were already spotted), more wheels and the Maple Valley circuit last seen in Forza Motorsport 4. The return of Mugello was confirmed by Bill Giese, Turn 10's developer. Official Trailer (4K) Official Announcement & Xbox One X Gameplay More details, features, cars and tracks will be, of course, unveiled in the upcoming weeks and months.