The much-awaited racing video game "Forza Horizon 3" will be launching soon, and Microsoft Studios has released several details relating to its release, including a new trailer and other driver details.
'Forza Horizon 3' Details
With the imminent launch of the hit racing game "Forza Horizon 3", Microsoft has been dropping bits and pieces of the game to seemingly further tease its fans. Ahead of the game's official release, the tech company dropped the trailer of "Forza Horizon 3". Shown below, the trailer showcases a full display of the graphical and gameplay prowess that the game holds.
Like its predecessor, "Forza Horizon 3" will be set in the Australian continent. However, it will involve a map which is twice the size of its previous version as a result of some tectonic shifts that occurred in the region. The dystopian environment of the game is set to range from the beach to the desert, giving players the wide track variety they want.
The upcoming "Forza Horizon 3" will also feature a multiplayer mode of up to four players. Also, as part of the Xbox Play Anywhere program, "Forza Horizon 3" will be playable across the different platforms wherein it is available. As for the vehicles, there would be 350 cars present to be played at the launching of the game.
Drivers and Availability
Also part of its last minute promotional campaigns for the launching next week, "Forza Horizon 3" is now available to pre-load on PC. Microsoft announced in a tweet (through Forza's official account) that the drivers suitable for the game will be available today. This list includes both Nvidia and AMD drivers.
— Forza Motorsport (@ForzaMotorsport) September 20, 2016
These drivers are optimized to deliver the best possible performance and graphic quality from "Forza Horizon 3." Both Nvidia and AMD are set to announced their updates regarding the drivers.
The "Forza Horizon 3" will be officially available for both PC and Xbox One on September 27. However, players may already pre-load the game on PCs that run the supported drivers. The Xbox One itself is also capable of pre-loading, but is still unclear if "Forza Horizon 3" will be available for the platform.
However, a demo version of the "Forza Horizon 3" is currently available on the Xbox One. The PC platform would get one too, but will not come until after the game's official release. Although the official release of "Forza Horizon 3" is on the 27th, those who buy the Ultimate Edition worth $100 could instead start playing by September 23.