Forza Motorsport 5 is getting another free track, and this time it’s a brand new one.
Back in February, Turn 10 brought back the classic Wisconsin-based Road America track, a track featured in previous Forza titles, albeit never in this level of detail or with so many different track configurations. Now, though, Forza fans can race on the Long Beach Grand Prix Circuit for the first time in series history as well as, I believe, racing game history.
The update is available right now and includes not only the default 1.97 mile course, but two alternate configurations as well. The track will, as with Road America, be fully integrated into the career, rival, and multiplayer lobbies.
The team calls this the “latest” content update, suggesting that further free content is on the way. I hope to see Microsoft offering similar support for some of their other exclusives but, as a Forza fan, I’m especially excited about this one. The track has history with not only Indy racing, but drift racing as well, so Long Beach should be fun for all classes of car.