When I reviewed Forza Motorsport 7, which is still an excellent racing title if you’re looking for something that isn’t Project Cars 2, Gran Turismo Sport, or Assetto Corsa, I spoke a little about the game’s loot box situation. They were included, but loot boxes overall had no effect on the in-game economy or your progression. Forza 7 was, and still is, a game where skill is paramount to progression. With all the controversy around loot boxes and their inclusion in games, even to the title’s benefit, developer Turn 10 Studios has announced their plans to shelve all future loot box inclusions in the Forza franchise. Through updates to Forza 7, and starting at the launch of Forza Horizon 4, loot boxes will be removed from the game’s economy and Turn 10 will focus instead on microtransactions and purchasable content.