August 21, 2019

In the future, Porsche sports cars will dominate racing games series called Forza Motorsport and Forza Horizon. After launching the Porsche 935 racing supercar in September 2018, Porsche continues to introduce 7 special color versions of this car. Only 77 Porsche 935 were produced.

At the New York International Autoshow international exhibition, German carmaker Porsche and Microsoft officially signed a commitment to cooperate within 6 years to launch racing games and electronic sports competitions.

In the future, Porsche sports cars will dominate racing game series called Forza Motorsport and Forza Horizon. The core element of this collaborative project is to develop the field of eSports, a competition that players play as a part of the virtual world.

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The cult racing series eSport with the world’s largest online racing community called Forza Racing Championship will be the starting point of this project. Based on the current Xbox racing game “Forza Motorsport 6”, which includes more than 20 Porsche cars since 2016, the 2017 ForzaRC version will have a sports racing championship for all Porsche fans.

Mr. Detlev von Platen, Head of Sales and Marketing of Porsche AG said: “Having Microsoft as a partner, we have more opportunities to enjoy the excitement of driving a Porsche and bringing experiences. that into the virtual world “.

“Racing and eSports games connect the real world and the virtual world, and help us reach deeper into younger groups of customers. That means they can nurture and develop passion. My love for Porsche from before choosing to buy my first sports car. “

To launch the new, exclusive and exclusive Porsche package exclusively for the “Forza Horizon 3” racing game is available for download.

In total, there are 7 Porsche cars like the legendary 550A Spyder, 718 RS 60 Spyder from 1960, the 911 Carrera RS 2.7 since 1973, the 911 GT2 (993 model), Cayman GT4, 911 GT3 RS, and the appearance of the new Panamera Turbo.

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