Last updated on October 29th, 2010 at 04:18 pm
Forza Motorsport 3 is the third in the flagship racing series developed for the Xbox 360 by developers Turn 10. It was released in October 2009, and introduced in-car views to the series for the first time, along with drifting, drag racing, SUVs, and the ability for cars to actually roll over in crashes.
Another new feature was an in-game rewind button which allows you to go back if you make a mistake during a race, and the Xbox Live lobby system was overhauled, removing the ability for individuals to control public and ranked lobbies.
It includes around 400 cars (although more are since available via DLC – the Forza Ultimate Collection collects all DLC available so far), and 100 race track variations, including Le Mans 24 Hours course, the Circuit de la Sarthe, and returning tracks including Silverstone, Laguna Seca and more.
Forza Motorsport 3 news
Buy Forza Motorsport 3:
There were two versions of Forza Motorsport 3 released at launch: The Standard Edition, and the Limited Edition, which included a Forza branded USB stick, a Forza branded keychain, VIP membership of the community storefront and auction house, an Xbox 360 theme and five exclusive cars.
A limited edition Xbox 360 was also released, which had a 250GB hard drive, two wired controllers, a wired headset and a standard edition of the game.
The Ultimate Collection arrives in October 2010, which includes all cars and tracks since released as downloadable content, several new cars (Including The Stig’s Garage Pack), and a code to download a specially edited 90-minute Top Gear video.
- Forza Motorsport 3 Standard Edition
- Forza Motorsport 3 Limited Edition
- Forza Motorsport 3 Ultimate Collection