A Forza Motorsport 5 update set to release sometime next week, adds a Drag Racing and Tag multiplayer modes in addition to economy readjustments.
Players started complaining shortly after the launch of Forza Motorsport 5 due to the expensive car prices when compared to previous games. The Ferrari 250 GTO cost players six million in-game credits, and with the price reduction, it now costs two million credits. Car prices across the game receive a reduction as well, dropping their prices 45%.
With doubled credit earn rates and cheaper lower prices, players should easily afford the game's exotic cars. Creative director on Forza 5, Dan Greenawalt told IGN that Turn 10 based the economy on the data collected from Forza Motorsport 4. “We based our economy largely on Forza Motorsport 4 data… The earn rate [in Forza 5] should have been the same."
The Forza Motorsport 5 update should release for Xbox One owners sometime next week.