Our third gameplay video of Forza Motorsport 6 at this year's E3 takes a look at the Rio track and we are on board a classic Ferrari, a match made in heaven perhaps.
All car handling assists have been turned off here and we get a look at what to expect with the game's physics. The Rio street track shares similarities with the famous Monaco track in that it is very narrow and you're never far from a crash barrier which allows very little room for error.
The street-based track has many elevation changes which should offer a real challenge. At one point we see the colossal statue of 'Christ the Redeemer' in the distance complete with some rather nice mist effects leaving you in no doubt that you are indeed in Rio.
Just past the famous statue we come down the mountain and are greeted with a fine view of the city of Rio, here the game really shows off its impressive draw distance as we can literally see for miles giving the track that true current gen feel to it. Just when you think you are getting the hang of the circuit it throws some makeshift S-bends at you which can very easily take you by surprise.
The Rio track looks amazing and is one that I can't wait to get to grips with, it's packed full of character and detail and is really what we should be expecting with our current generation racing titles. Take a look at the gameplay below and feel free to leave us with a comment too.
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