Forza Motorsport 7‘s post-launch support will soon be coming to an end, as the title’s final major update will be released next month.
Speaking on the July 2019 edition of the Forza Monthly livestream, FM7’s creative director Chris Esaki confirmed the game’s support is being wound down so the developer Turn 10 Studios can concentrate fully on its next project.
The final two content updates for Forza Motorsport 7 also won’t be introducing new cars and modes to the game title. Instead, they’ll consist of improvements and tweaks to the penalty systems in the Forza Race Regulations-enabled multiplayer lobbies.
That doesn’t necessarily mean all support for Forza Motorsport 7 will be pulled next month, however. According to Esaki, Turn 10 is on board with releasing patches and hotfixes to remedy smaller issues with the game.
August’s content update for Forza Motorsport 7 will bring to a close the longest post-launch programme Turn 10 has operated for any Forza game to date. When the final update rolls around, Forza Motorsport 7 will have been supported for 22 months after the title’s initial release on 3rd October 2017.