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Forza Motorsport: new game to be announced at E3 in partnership with Lamborghini

A new partnership between Lamborghini Centenario and Microsoft confirms that a new Forza title will be unveiled at E3 2016.

Forza Motorsport 7, or possibly Horizon 3, will introduce the Lamborghini Centenario before it’s available in the real world, offering players the opportunity of a virtual test drive of the supercar.

“We’re excited to continue our long history of working with Lamborghini and to be part of their 100-year anniversary by celebrating the Centenario as the featured cover car of the next Forza game,” said Head of Xbox Phil Spencer.

“It’s an honor to announce our partnership at one of the world’s biggest automotive shows, and we look forward to unveiling the game at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo.”

Related: Upcoming Xbox One Games in 2016

Microsoft has also announced the Lamborghini Super Trofeo series in Forza Motorsport 6, available right now.

Depending on your performance in the new series you may be entitled to an exclusive in-game Lamborghini.

Earlier this week, Microsoft announced Forza Motorsport 6: Apex, a free-to-play “microtransaction-driven” version of the game coming to Windows 10.

All future Forza Motorsport games will be developed simultaneously for PC and Xbox platforms.

Source: Xbox Wire

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