Forza Motorsport 5, Microsoft’s impressive driving simulator for Xbox One, has certainly turned heads when it comes to realistic visuals and performance. However, some are a little burned by the fact that earning special cars can take some time. Fortunately, the game’s developer, Turn 10 Studios, will rectify that soon enough.
An update for Forza 5 is expected this month that will bring a much more balanced economy to the game, with most cars slashed down in price by 45 percent. That means a Ferrari that originally went for $6 will now be available by around $2 million.
“We based our economy largely on Forza Motorsport 4 data,” said creative director Dan Greenawalt, speaking with IGN. “The earn rate (in Forza 5) should have been the same.”
In addition to the shop update, users will also be able to take part in Drag Racing and Tag multiplayer events.
Forza Motorsport 5 is available now for Xbox One.