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During Microsoft's E3 press conference, Microsoft shared new Forza Horizon 2 details, including a release date.
Built for Xbox One on the Forza 5 engine, Forza Horizon 2 will run at 30 frames per second in full 1080p. Microsoft announced that the game also features open-world Drivatar support and 1,000-player driving clubs, but the biggest news was its September 30 release date.
However, racing fans won't have to wait that long for their next fix; Turn 10 announced that the legendary 16-mile Nürburgring track has been fully scanned and recreated in Forza 5, and is available for download starting today, for free.
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