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Forza 6 demo now available on Xbox One

Microsoft has let the Forza 6 demo loose on Xbox One, giving you a chance to get in the race early.

The Forza 6 demo is available now across the UK, Europe and the US, so it’s time to experience some of the major changes coming to the series later this year.

The Xbox One demo weighs in at a fairly chunky 12.7GB and is free to download.

You’ll get access to a small selection of cars from the 460 vehicles that the full game will include when it launches on September 18 in Europe.

The demo also showcases the game’s working cockpits, damage modelling technology, stunning wet weather and night racing effects.

That’s all at full 1080p HD and a buttery smooth 60fps too, making for possibly the best-looking racer on the platform yet.

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Everyone who plays the demo will get the new Ford GT ‘delivered to their garage’ for no additional cost if you go on to buy the full game. There’s an incentive if we’ve ever heard one.

“In addition, the demo will include additional features that allow fans to get ever deeper into the Forza Motorsport 6 experience,” added developer Turn 10 Studios.

Forza 6 will be available in the US on September 15, with the European version landing on September 18. Anyone who buys the Ultimate Edition of the game will gain access five days earlier than the US release though.

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