After a six-year hiatus, Forza Motorsport has returned for an eighth instalment. Don’t call it ‘Forza Motorsport 8’ though, with this version of the ‘simcade’ racing title signalling a reboot of the franchise which began in 2005.
With the game now available on Xbox Series consoles and PC, we know every track available - with 20 locations at launch ready to be tackled by a choice of over 500 cars.
Real-world circuits range from the iconic Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium, a debut for South Africa’s Kyalami Circuit and a wide variety of American tracks including new-to-Forza Mid-Ohio.
Other highlights include the home of the Le Mans 24 Hours, the Circuit de la Sarthe, as well as Japan’s home of motorsport, Suzuka Circuit. Brits can get excited to head to a remodelled Silverstone, too.
Series staple Maple Valley Speedway features as the headline fictional circuit, joined by three new locations - Eaglerock Speedway, Grand Oak Raceway and Hakone Circuit.
Every track in the game supports Forza Motorsport’s dynamic weather and day/night cycles too, allowing you to create some pretty spectacular races.
Developer Turn 10 Studios has confirmed more tracks will be introduced as free updates over the coming months too, with the Nürburgring Nordschleife highlighted as one to look out for early in 2024.
Forza Motorsport 2023 complete track list
- Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
- Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
- Homestead-Miami Speedway
- Indianapolis Motor Speedway
- Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit
- Le Mans - Circuit International de la Sarthe
- Lime Rock Park
- Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
- Mugello Circuit
- Nürburgring GP
- Road America
- Silverstone Circuit
- Suzuka Circuit
- Virginia International Raceway
- Watkins Glen International Speedway
- WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca
- Eaglerock Speedway
- Grand Oak Raceway
- Hakone Circuit
- Maple Valley
Tracks confirmed for future updates
- Yas Marina Circuit (November ‘23)
- Nürburgring Nordschleife (Spring ‘24)