Microsoft publishes Forza Motorsport 5 for Xbox One trailer with Top Gear's Jeremy Clarkson

Microsoft's hit racing series Forza Motorsport is all set to get a new sequel with the Xbox One and Microsoft has posted a new trailer of the game featuring Top Gear's Jeremy Clarkson on YouTube.

The game as its predecessors, will feature commentary by Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond from the TV show Top Gear, for the career mode. The newly released trailer showcases Jeremy Clarkson's views on "Modern Hypercars" such as Pagani Huayra and the McLaren P1. Microsoft had posted a similar showcase video for McLaren 12C earlier.

Forza Motorsport 5 will be available exclusively on the Xbox One as part of the launch lineup. The Xbox One hits the stores next month.

Source: Xbox on YouTube

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Two disappointing things about this trailer :
1. Jeremy didn't say "POWEEEERR!"
2. The name of the Pagani isn't Huayra, it's "Huueaaah".

While it sounds like Clarkson, it almost sounds like he's given up his enthusiasm so he can speak clear. His voice just sounds, uninteresting and rather annoying now.
I'm not sure if it's because he's had to make his words easier to understand for the rest of the world, or if it's because he's not actually driving and there isn't an engine going berserks behind him but ... it just doesn't do it for me.

If that's the kind of commentary that's in the game, I'll pass.

I feel you.

sagum said,
While it sounds like Clarkson, it almost sounds like he's given up his enthusiasm so he can speak clear. His voice just sounds, uninteresting and rather annoying now.
I'm not sure if it's because he's had to make his words easier to understand for the rest of the world, or if it's because he's not actually driving and there isn't an engine going berserks behind him but ... it just doesn't do it for me.

If that's the kind of commentary that's in the game, I'll pass.

sagum said,
While it sounds like Clarkson, it almost sounds like he's given up his enthusiasm so he can speak clear. His voice just sounds, uninteresting and rather annoying now.
I'm not sure if it's because he's had to make his words easier to understand for the rest of the world, or if it's because he's not actually driving and there isn't an engine going berserks behind him but ... it just doesn't do it for me.

If that's the kind of commentary that's in the game, I'll pass.

To be fair. He's at his best when he's fishtailing around turns at 80 mph in a super car, or rolling over in a three wheeled pos. In any event, did you expect him to go full on Clarkson in a promo video fro Forza?