The studio behind Forza Motorsport, Turn 10, is teaming up with Hutch Games to create a new mobile game that focuses on customising cars.
It’s interesting that Microsoft is letting one of its primary first-party studios work with another team on a project, with Hutch claiming that the unannounced title will “benefit from Forza’s world-leading gameplay and visual design” and its own expertise with mobile live ops.
Hutch, headquartered in the United Kingdom, has worked on a number of mobile racing games, such as F1 Clash Rebel Racing and Leading Drives.
The company said that conversations about a collaboration with Turn 10 began in 2020, and that they were supported by a mutual ambition to “develop a platform leading vehicle video gaming experience.”
Turn 10 and Hutch wish to commemorate cars and truck culture
Hutch will be in charge of development on the project, with aid from Turn 10’s creative side. The objective is to create something enjoyable for a “broad audience” even when on the run.
Our approach to developing video games centres on mobile devices first and foremost, with an emphasis on creating enjoyable gameplay experiences for mobile gamers. In a press statement, Hutch CEO and co-founder Shaun Rutland said, “We’re dedicated to making tactical video games that allow our community of gamers to commemorate their enthusiasm for vehicles.”
We came together with Turn 10 because we share a love of cars and a desire to create innovative video game titles based on this topic. Combining forces to tackle a specific subject made perfect sense, and we are ecstatic to finally present the fruits of our labours over the past few years.
Having controlled the franchise from its inception in 2005, Turn 10 is currently working on Forza Motorsport, which is scheduled for release in October of this year.Add to favorites