Forza Horizon 3 is all set for release next week on Windows 10 PCs and Xbox One. During E3 expo, Microsoft confirmed that the game is supported with Xbox Play Anywhere feature, allowing users to purchase single disc and play it either on their Windows 10 systems or Xbox one with shared game progress and achievements.

As the release date gets close, excitement for the game gets closer and Microsoft decided to tease the franchise fans by releasing the launch trailer of one of the best racing game of all time, Forza Horizon 3. Check out the incredible launch trailer of the game below;

Recently, some details related to the graphics settings and menu of the Forza Horizon 3 had been appeared online. A couple of hours ago, one reddit user HawkSE had posted screenshots of the menu that shows quite a number of graphics options available for the Windows 10 gamers, which can be seen below;




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During Gamescom 2016 last month, the developers unveiled exclusive gameplay footage of Forza Horizon 3 accompanied by Ralph Fulton, creative designer at Playground Games where he discussed some details such as the Australian Sky visible in the game. According to him, a crew was sent to Australia who captured the sky, which was later synced in the game according with the time of the day.

Forza Horizon 3 is scheduled for release on September 27th for Windows 10 and Xbox One. The game supports HDR on Xbox One S while UHD 4K resolution on Windows 10 PCs. Recently, a demo for the game was available on Xbox One whereas the developers announced that the demo for Windows platform will be released ‘sometime after the game launches‘. The studio suggests to try out the “Forza Motorsport 6: Apex” available on the Windows store for free to the PC gamers who are eagerly waiting to get their hands on the demo version of the game.

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