Forza Motorsport goes gold

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Now, this is one game I'm really looking forward to and should give Gran Turismo a run for their money. Microsoft has let us know that Forza Motorsport has gone gold and should be in stores in May 3. You can bet I'll be lined up to pick this game up then. Now to get a good wheel for the Xbox...
Forza Motorsport Goes Gold

Microsoft Game Studios Puts a Finishing Coat on its Xbox Driving Simulator

Microsoft Game Studios today announced that its highly-anticipated, ultra-realistic driving simulator, Forza Motorsportâ„¢, has gone gold. Racing fans can mark May 3, 2005 on their calendar as the day Forza Motorsport peels out and pulls up to stores, available for a suggested retail price of $49.99 (U.S.).

Made exclusively for Xbox®, Forza Motorsport will allow gamers to own, collect and transform their own personalized fleet of speed machines from an unprecedented lineup of more than 230 cars made by over 60 top manufacturers.

Forza Motorsport also debuts an innovative online racing experience that is certain to take the checkered flag on Xbox Live. Featuring online car clubs with up to 100 different gamertags, the ability to trade creations with car connoisseurs from all over the world over Xbox Live, downloadable ghosts, race replays and car setups and more than 1,400 different online leaderboards for competition of every category, Forza Motorsport buries the needle for gamers looking to take their game into cyberspace.

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