Yes, you will be able to race to your OneDrive tunes in Forza 7

Arif Bacchus

Forza Motorsport 7 on Xbox One and Windows 10

Microsoft took the wraps off Forza Motorsport 7 a little over a week ago, but some of the smaller game features have managed to slip through the cracks and not get as much attention. Indeed, according to Windows Central, one of these features is the ability for gamers to listen to their OneDrive music folder in game while racing in the world of Forza 7.

Citing a talk with Forza 7 developers at E3 2017, the report shows that “OneDrive was discussed as a source of music” in Forza 7. It also revealed that in the game, OneDrive music will play through the speakers in the ForzaVista garage, as well as through the speakers which are seen in the circuits.

Given the fact that Forza Horizon 3 only supports the playing of Groove music tunes in the background of the game, this feature in Forza 7 is indeed very impressive and will surely make for some fun times.

As a reminder, you can now pre-order Forza Motorsport 7 from the Microsoft Store. While the store lists the digital version of the game will as a whopping 100GB download, Forza Motorsport 7 does feature over 700 ForzaVista cars to collect, race and customize and over 30 racing environments, complete with dynamic weather and time changes.