ajokay wrote:To be fair to Turn 10, whenever I see a screenshot of Forza Motorsport 6, it takes me more than a double take to realise it's not a photograph, moreso that Project CARS or Assetto Corsa. The graphics certainly do look incredibly lifelike, which is all in the lighting, and they've done the lighting incredibly well.
Based on the announcement it looks like Forza Horizon 3 will be revealed at E3, with this Lamborghini being the cover car.
In other news, there's a bunch of Lambirghini Rivals and League events taking place this month where you can win exclusive versions of the Super Trofeo cars.
Jerome D’Ambrosio and Buenos Aires ePrix race winner Sam Bird will go head-to-head in a virtual racing battle as the headline feature of the second FIA Formula E Championship Race Off.
The Dragon Racing driver and the DS Virgin Racing star will use the Formula E cars in Turn 10 Studios’ Forza Motorsport 6 on Xbox One for virtual bragging rights. The event takes place at ESL Studios in Leicester on March 19, and you can be a part of the action too.
Two semi-finals will be used to decide the entry list for the grand final where the successful racers will go up against the actual Formula E drivers. All the action will be broadcast as live by BT Sport that evening. The overall winner will be invited to a special event to be staged later in the year.
The fully-electric FIA Formula E Championship has launched its first ever virtual championship - Race Off Pro Series - to be held alongside its real-world season.
The championship will comprise of at least four online rounds, which will serve as a preview to the on-track action ahead of the Formula E races in Long Beach, Paris, Berlin and London.
The first event starts at 12pm GMT on March 24, when a Rivals event will open in the Forza Motorsport 6 Xbox Live lobby. Entrants will have to set their fastest lap around the Long Beach East circuit in an unmodified Formula E car.
The time trial will close at 11.59pm GMT on March 31. The fastest 10 players across the globe will then be invited to compete in a live Pro Series final, which will be held on April 2 in a bespoke online lobby.
The top-two from each Pro Series final will then be invited to London in an all-expenses paid trip, where they will race off against the successful finalists from all the other events to contest the inaugural Race Off Pro Championship, and win a share of the €15,000 prize fund and other amazing prizes.
The Pro Series is your chance to become a Champion and prove yourself against the world’s finest virtual Formula E drivers.
Held before each race of the Formula E season, fans simply have to log onto Forza Motorsport 6 and visit the ‘Rivals’ mode. There, they will find the Formula E Race Off Pro Series event and have the chance to set their fastest times in hot lap competitions.
Those finishing in the Top 10 when the time trial closes will be invited to take part in the Time Trial finals; live-streamed by ESL the morning of each race. The Top 2 from each time trial will be flown to compete in the Pro Series Championship, held live in Battersea Park during the final rounds of the season in London.
Time-trials open 12pm GMT and close 11:59pm.
Round 1 – Time trials: March 24 to March 31, Final: April 2
Round 2 – Time trials: April 14 to April 21, Final: April 23
Round 3 – May 12 to May 19, Final: May 21
Round 4 – May 26 to June 2, Final: June 4
Pro Series Championship – July 2 to July 3
Start your engines! Major League Gaming is proud to announce its first free-to-enter tournament for Forza Motorsport 6. Hosted by MLG, Xbox and Microsoft’s Turn 10 Studios, the competition will run every Saturday and Sunday from March 26th-May 7th and offer players an opportunity to compete online in singles or 3v3 team tournaments, featuring S Class cars on a variety of tracks found in the game.
Log on to GameBattles and register for your chance to compete against other racers to earn a spot in the Finals and take home a cash prize. The Finals event will be hosted live at from the MLG Studios in New York City on May 21st and broadcast on MLG.tv/Forza. In addition, all Tournament Finalists will receive an in-game gift car!
Registration details are [in the link above], be sure to download the GameBattles app for iOS and Android or login to majorleaguegaming.com to view your upcoming matches and report your scores.
Registration is now open for all Forza Motorsport 6 Tournaments! Click the links [in the article linked above] to register for each competition.
March 26th (Singles, 1v1s)
March 27th (Teams, 3-person)
April 2nd (Singles, 1v1s)
April 3rd (Teams, 3-person)
April 9th (Singles, 1v1s)
April 10th (Teams, 3-person)
April 16th (Singles, 1v1s)
April 17th (Teams, 3-person)
April 23rd (Singles, 1v1s)
April 24th (Teams, 3-person)
April 30th (Singles, 1v1s)
May 1st (Teams, 3-person)
May 7th (Singles, 1v1s)
May 8th (Teams, 3-person)
Forza Motorsport 6 Finals, Live from MLG Studio in NY
May 21st - Watch here: MLG.tv/Forza
Players competing in the Singles events will earn points by competing in the weekly Online Tournaments. Players competing in the 3v3 Teams Online Tournaments will earn a spot in the Finals event with an Online Tournament win. At the end of the Online Tournaments, the top 16 Singles in Pro Points and the Winning Team from each week will receive in-game rewards and qualify for the Finals event.
● Online Tournament 1st Place = 5000 Points
● Online Tournament 2nd Place = 3000 Points
● Online Tournament 3rd-4th Place = 2000 Points
● Online Tournament 5th-8th Place = 1500 Points
● Online Tournament 9th-16th Place = 1000 Points
● Online Tournament 17th-32nd Place = 500 Points
● Online Tournament 33rd-64th Place = 250 Points
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