‘Driveclub’ Vs. ‘Forza Horizon 2’: New Cars Revealed for Week 6 As ‘Driveclub’ Beta Starts For Select PS4 Users

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Visitors play the "The Crew" video game at an exhibition stand during the Gamescom 2014 fair in Cologne August 13, 2014. The Gamescom convention, Europe's largest video games trade fair, runs from August 13 to August 17. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender

Already on its sixth week of revealing cars for the "Forza Horizon 2," the developers are now bringing in cars that are among the Forza community's favorites. This means that all of the cars here are potentially in the favorite list of a lot of car lovers and enthusiasts, as each of them have a fan base from the Forza community.

Expect another diverse list of cars as they include timeless classics to the more eccentric and iconic cars, as revealed over at the Xbox Wire.

- 2012 Nissan GT-R Black Edition

- 1981 BMW M1

- 1973 BMW 2002 Turbo

- 1967 Lamborghini Miura P400

- 1963 Volkswagen Beetle

- 1995 Ferrari F50

- 1992 Honda NSX-R

- 1985 Toyota Sprinter Trueno GT Apex

- 1985 Ford RS200 Evolution

- 2009 Ferrari 458 Italia

- 1994 Nissan 240SX SE

- 1968 Oldsmobile Hurst/Olds 442

- 2012 Caterham Superlight R500

- 2009 Honda S2000 CR

The full list will be revealed at the launch of "Forza Horizon 2," which is slated for Sept. 30.

'Driveclub' Beta Available For Select PS4 Players

If you are lucky enough, you may have received an invitation for the beta of "Driveclub." According to Videogamer, the beta run called "Cupcake" will let gamers enjoy the racing title before its October release date.

Showcasing a screenshot of the beta run, it seems that the beta even involves a few race tracks that have not yet been released before.

The invitations may have already been sent, as there are no announcements as to how it was rolled out or how fans were chosen to be part of the beta test program.

Customizations For 'Driveclub' Only Possible For External Improvements

While the developers have detailed that customization is part of "Driveclub," it seems that you can only improve the cars' outside appearance, as internals may already be set to what they are.

Attack of the Fanboy reports that the customization will not allow you to change your car's performance internally, so forget about changing the engine or a few parts to enhance your car.

Lastly, there's also the lack of support for Logitech Wheels at launch time, and the devs didn't reveal a release date for when it will become available.

"Forza Horizon 2" at Gamescom (Credit: YouTube/Turn10Studios)

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