Forza Motorsport developers have addressed a long-standing exploit that enabled players to amass credits and Driver Level XP at an unprecedented rate.
The glitch, which was widely exploited in the gaming community, allowed players to earn millions of credits in mere minutes, bypassing the regular in-game progression system.
The developers released a statement, underscoring their commitment to fair play: “Players who excessively used a Forza Motorsport exploit to generate an erroneous amount of credits and Driver Level XP have had their illegitimate progress removed. No further action will be taken.”
This move highlights the team’s stance on maintaining the integrity of the game while ensuring a level playing field for all players.
The exploit gained traction after a player attempted to replicate a speed glitch from Forza Motorsport 7. This led to a bizarre situation where exiting and re-entering the game caused a massive increase in credits and XP. The community quickly picked up on this, with many exploiting it to gain unfair advantages.
Despite this setback, the Forza Motorsport team has extended an olive branch to its player base. In a gesture of goodwill, they’ve gifted every player the 2020 Audi R8 V10 Performance.
Forza Motorsport is renowned for its realistic driving experience and competitive gameplay. The exploit, however, posed a significant challenge, disrupting the game’s balance.