Originally Posted by markspeed
Hopefully this means every track on the ALMS calender will be included. That's one definite thing Forza needs more of. Real race tracks. Fantasy tracks are ok, but real tracks bring a racing game to life.
I wouldn't get my hopes up on that one.
They've had ALMS cars in the game for the last 2 iterations, along with a few of the tracks (looking at the schedule for this season it seems they have 4 of the 9 on the calendar - Sebring, Laguna, Road America and Road Atlanta), and they've had Nascar and Aussie V8s in the game, but they've not bothered with having a full compliment of tracks for either of those series (if any in the case of Nascar and the Aussie v8s).
Way I see this is it's just another way of saying, "we'll have some more ALMS cars in the game, or officially class the ones we already have, we might put in a couple of extra ALMS tracks although we already have just under half of them and can pad any championship with fantasy tracks, and we'll have some online multiplayer events associated with ALMS as a promotion and we might throw in a championship event in single player mode".
They "partnered" with Top Gear for some FM3 content, did we get the TG Test Track, like hell we did!!
But who knows. FM4 could turn out to be a full on ALMS sim.
I just wish someone would make a BTCC sim...