Microsoft confirmed today that Forza Horizon 3 has gone gold which basically means that development on the title has ceased and it’s now ready for physical disc production. To commemorate this achievement, Microsoft has released some new details about this game which include a special something from the Halo franchise as well as the Forza Horizon 3 PC system requirements.
Recommended Forza Horizon 3 PC system requirements include a 3.6GHz Intel Core i7 3820 processor with 12GB RAM, Nvidia GTX 970 or Nvidia GTX 1060, AMD R9 290X or AMD RX 480 graphics card, 55GB of hard drive space, Windows Anniversary Edition 64-bit 14393.101 and DirectX 12.
PC players will have access to a tremendous amount of adjustment options to fine-tune their experience. Basic options include full screen, vertical sync, and resolution while advanced options include quality settings for motion blur, mirrors, reflection, static and dynamic geometry.
Microsoft has also released the full list of Forza Horizon 3 achievements on its website. There’s a ton to do in this game so players will have plenty of fun trying to bag all of these trophies while playing the game.
The special something from the Halo franchise happens to be the Warthog vehicle that is playable in Forza Horizon 3. However, the Warthog won’t be open to all players, there’s a catch you need to understand before you are able to take it for a spin in Forza Horizon 3.
Forza Horizon 3 is due to be released for Xbox One and PC on September 27th. It’s compatible with Xbox Play Anywhere which means that if you buy it on Xbox One you can play it on PC as well for free.
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