During its Microsoft Showcase presentation in which it also announced Forza Horizon, Forza 10 outlined the near future of Forza 4, including a increased level cap and the return of a prominent car manufacturer.
Porsche headlines a new pack due in May in what's emphasised by the developer to be a full-blooded expansion of the game rather than just another DLC pack. Thirty cars, seven new to the franchise, will be driving their way across twenty new world events and let players try and snag ten new Achievements for 250 Gamerscore.
Before then, a title update that'll iron out multiplayer and performance issues will also issue out a new level cap that'll raise the bar from 150 to 999. The reason due, as Turn 10 outlined with a wry smile, to players topping the cap four months rather than the projected nine. The new cap has been researched via data from the franchise's top players - coined as Rabbits by the team - since Forza 4's release.
The team have formulated, (mathematical equation now ballpark figure because of the community's passion) that the top tier will hit around the 700 mark in a year.
The race to the top begins shortly ladies and gentlemen - so start your engines (but first check out these screens of Porsche's best).