In a blog on the Forza website, Turn 10 said it has been working on more fixes and improvements for the game “based on the top reported issues in the community” and that it wants to resolve issues with the game “as soon as possible.”
Update 2 will also be Forza Motorsport’s first content update for the game. It will begin rolling out to players in mid-November and will add the new track location, Yas Marina. Turn 10 says it also has “over 200 fixes lined up for this release,” some of which have been detailed below:
Forza Motorsport Update 2 patch notes preview
Turn 10 goes on to say that it will continue to work on Forza Motorsport’s stability beyond Update 2 before acknowledging that the infinite loading screen bug (when saving a quick upgrade in the Builders Cup) is still occurring for some players after a recent hotfix.
“We’re investigating this issue very carefully, and with the additional information that we have received from the community, we believe we have identified the root cause,” Turn 10 said. “We hope to better resolve this issue soon.”
There has been no word from Turn 10 about the buggy Forza Motorsport achievements so far, but the developer says it will release the full list of patch notes closer to Update 2’s release — hopefully we’ll see some achievement fixes then.
Despite all these issues, Forza Motorsport has managed to claim a spot in our list of the best Xbox racing games. However, it seems that not many players are competing online.