Forza Motorsport players slam “terrible” AI compared to Horizon

Forza Motorsport has attracted plenty of criticism from fans, and a comparison of its AI with Forza Horizon 5 has taken it even further.

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Jin_Sakai219d ago

Talk about a step backwards. And nearly 6 years in the making. It’s like Xbox studios complete with each other on making the worst games possible.

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TheColbertinator218d ago

Playground Games is becoming the better studio with more fun games in mind.

VariantAEC217d ago

Don't know why people are disagreeing, PGG definitely has the potential to be better, at the very least, PGG is making some of Microsoft's most polished games.

Reaper22_217d ago

Another bogus Forza claim from the same website. Just move on people.

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VariantAEC217d ago

What's funny is this is how FM's AI has always been. Literally every single fanboy remark made against GT games since the very beginning of FM in 2005 was BS to pump up FM games and make GT look like crud.
This isn't hyperbole. Microsoft created Turn 10 to make Xbox's version of GT.
Like most stuff MS attempts... it just didn't work out.

jznrpg217d ago

It’s clear there is little AI for Forza just on rails go around the track and if there’s a car in front of it they will go right through it like it’s not there.

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Forza Motorsport To Remove Car Upgrade Progression Limit

A new update for Forza Motorsport has been announced that will remove the car upgrade progression limit. It will come out next month.

BurritoWarrior107d ago

Beyond repair at this point the people have made up their minds on this game already. You had one chance and ya blew it

execution17107d ago

Should've took what they did with 4s progression and improved on it


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