New Forza Motorsport 7 patch fixes audio, liveries and Auction House issues

Microsoft and Turn10 have released a brand new update for Forza Motorsport 7. In its current state, Forza Motorsport 7 runs incredibly well on the PC. Therefore, we are not surprised that this patch does not feature any performance or optimization improvements at all. Instead, this patch fixes some annoying issues that the game’s community reported. 

Going into more details, this patch fixes an issue where user profiles were impacting audio quality for some players. Moreover, it resolves an issue where the level up counter audio persists after a player has leveled up.

This latest update also addresses an issue where a player’s livery would disappear in certain modes. Furthermore, it fixes an issue where players could not sell certain cars on the Auction House.

Windows Store will download this patch the next time you open it, and you can view its complete changelog below.

Forza Motorsport 7 Patch November 27th Release Notes:

  • Fixed an issue where user profiles were impacting audio quality for some players.
  • Fixed an issue where players could not sell certain cars on the Auction House.
  • Fixed an issue where the level up counter audio persists after a player has leveled up.
  • Fixed an issue where spinning a vinyl with the d-pad while in the Livery Editor moved the item .2, not .1 as intended.
  • Fixed an issue where a player’s livery would disappear in certain modes.

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