The 26 tracks based on the leaked image include the Alps, Bathurst, Brands Hatch, Catalunya, Circuit of Americas, Daytona, Hockenheim, Indy, Laguna, Lemans, Lime Rock, Long Beach, Monza, Nurbugring, Prague, Road America, Road Atlanta, Rio, Sebring, Silverstone, Sonoma, Spa, Test Track, Top Gear, Watkins Glen, and Yas Marina.
The image of the game’s entire track layout was apparently taken during a Gamescom 2015 interview with Turn 10’s developers in Berlin last week. The photo also showed which of “Forza Motorsport 6’s” tracks will be playable under different weather conditions.
The game will have a couple of new additions, driving in the rain and night racing, that will be implemented in two of the 26 new circuits. Players will be able to drive the Brands Hatch track with the new rain feature, while racing the Daytona International Speedway can take place at nighttime.
Turn 10 has also announced they will be adding 39 new cars to the game, which include returning models alongside new ones never before featured on the “Forza” racetrack.
To add depth and challenge players, “Forza Motorsport 6” will include three new mods to the game’s free play and career races. The tactical elements include Dare Mods, which challenge players to leave their racing comfort zones and test their skills based on special driving requirements, Crew Mods, which give players specific advantage in terms of their performance, and Boost Mods, where players claim an edge during races, with bonuses for stellar driving performance.
“Forza Motorsport 6” is scheduled to be launched for Xbox One on September 15.