It's been a long time, but Forza Motorsport 7 finally gives up its booty. The racing game always had "prize boxes" in the content, but will be removed as part of a future title update.
When Forza Motorsport 7 was launched last year, the players were delighted to see what the game would offer in terms of race experience. Similar to other games like "Middle Earth: Shadow of War" and "Star Wars: Battlefront II", however, the inclusion of this random content had a significant negative impact on the game as a whole and the players were disappointed.
In the end, the title of the race will cut your booty chests. Alan Hartman of Turn 10 Studios announced the announcement on Forza's official website and confirmed that the developer would be looking for prizes. In the end, Turn 10 aims to lose the loot boxes this holiday season.
For now, however, Turn 10 has made some changes to the price tables. The cars have been completely eliminated from the Lootboxes, so the price boxes do not offer a competitive advantage and more than 100 previously sealed cars have been launched for purchase.
The turn of Turn 10 shows how bad the prize boxes were in the game because the developer could not monetize the loot boxes correctly due to bad reception.