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Forza 6 demo pulls-up for Xbox One owners on September 1

Microsoft has announced the free-to-play demo for Forza Motorsport 6 will arrive on Xbox One next week.

The forthcoming racing sim, which won best racing game and best simulation game at the recent Gamescom 2015 expo, will be available to try from Tuesday September 1.

The demo will feature some of the whopping 460 cars available to play in the full version. All of which will come with working cockpits and full damage.

There’ll be highlights from the 26 track locales, while demo players will also be able to experience the wet weather racing said to be a standout feature of the title.

Xbox One owners will also be able to experience nighttime driving at 1080p/60fps.

Related: Forza Motorsport 6 preview

Microsoft says everyone who plays the demo will get the new Ford GT ‘delivered to their garage’ for no additional cost if they go onto buy the full game.

“In addition, the demo will include additional features that allow fans to get even deeper into the Forza Motorsport 6 experience,” the company says.

The full version of the game will launch on September 15 2015, while those who’ve bought the Ultimate Edition will be able to gain access 5 days early.

The next week or so should be a big one for the major gaming franchises with EA Sports today revealing the FIFA 16 demo will land on September 8.

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