Microsoft has been making some excellent strides recently. With the not-as-successful 2013 Xbox One launch, Microsoft has learnt to listen to fan feedback very seriously. Ever since, the company has enrolled itself into a number segments catering Xbox One enthusiasts. The company has especially enjoyed massive success in 2016 where the announcement of the Xbox One S brought back life into Microsoft’s consoles. Alongside the announcement of the Xbox One S, the killer teaser that hinted Microsoft’s Project Scorpio, now known as the Xbox One X, also built up the momentum that Microsoft needed and so far, it seems like Microsoft is on the right track.
At E3 2017, Microsoft had finally prepared to showcase what they’ve achieved after teasing the Project Scorpio a year prior. Among the key titles that Microsoft really impressed the audience was with Forza Motorsport 7. A title that runs at native 4K/60FPS with support for HDR on supported displays. The success of the highly respected title has been very well-received by both, the developers and players. Turn10, the studio involved in the development of the title are keeping the title relevant by introducing their Bounty Hunter series where players are awarded special cars if they manage to beat their targets.
For December, Turn10 has announced that players would have to take on Phil Spencer with all of their might to win one of four cars this month. A poll is ongoing on the title’s official Twitter where players are voting for which car players should be rewarded once they beat Phil Spencer. The four cars include:
- Ferrari 599 GTO
- Honda Civic Type R FE
- Ford Escort RS1800
- Nissan IDx NISMO
While the poll is still ongoing, so far it seems like most players have been voting for the Ferrari 599 GTO. Once finalized, Turn10 would select that car as a way of rewarding the players who beat Phil Spencer. Personally I would choose the Civic Type R FE, but hey the Type R is already in the game, so the Ferrari should be a nice choice if that’s what the community is asking for.