Last week, Turn 10’s Dan Greenwalt announced an impending title update to Forza Motorsport 5 that would make some serious changes to the economy as well as adding features. If you’ve been waiting to get back in to get that bump, maybe playing a little Peggle 2 while you pass the time, now you get to hop back in; the patch is live.
The patch decreases the overall price of all cars in the game by 45 percent, with the more expensive cars’ prices reduced by 60 percent in some cases. It also raises the amount of money received per race and per level, making it even easier to earn those supercars.
In addition to the economic changes, multiplayer is getting nice boost in the form of a drag racing mode with three different play options.
I hope this is the first of many updates from Turn 10. Despite some initial comparisons to SimCity‘s troubled launch, Forza‘s core is solid and Turn 10 is doing a lot already to take care of their active, vocal fanbase.