The full 1.97-mile course (complete with eleven turns) is included – if you’d prefer, the East Loop and West Loop are also included, designed for drifting or practicing your technical driving skills.
Known as the “Monaco of the West”, and home to the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, Verizon IndyCar, TUDOR United SportsCar Championship, Indy Lights, Pirelli World Challenge and Formula Drift (plus more!), this is the first time the Long Beach track’s been included in a Forza title.
It’s been recreated in painstaking detail, but rather than charging you for it, Microsoft and Turn 10 are giving you this brand new track for free! It’s available from April 10 for Forza Motorsport 5 on Xbox One.