Forza Horizon 4 is the upcoming and one of the most anticipated game of this year and the developer studio Playground Games appears to be doing a lot of work  to optimize the game in terms of visuals and performance.

We saw a stunning trailer during E3 expo back in June and recently, the developers discussed the system requirements of Forza Horizon 4 along with some details. Interestingly, the game appears to be stable and well optimized when it comes to PC platform as the game’s minimum system requirements are lower than the requirements of previous installment in the franchise, Forza Horizon 3.

The game’s creative director while discussing the new game with Kotaku announced that the minimum requirements will be lower than the previous game. He didn’t specified the minimum and recommended requirements for the Forza Horizon 4. He also confirmed that the game will include adjustable FOV, 21:9 ultrawide support and benchmarking tool.

Art director at Playground Games Benjamin Penrose stated that the game’s PC version will include support for HDR and the recommended specs will run the game at 60 frame per second. Penrose discussed the game’s performance during his recent talk with PC Gamer website where he admitted that they ‘learned a lot’ after the previous game and as a result, they spent additional time to give the players a new experience when the game launches later this year.

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It is indeed a new addition as the previous game didn’t support HDR on PC. Here’s what he further said, “We’re now basing our recommended spec on 60 frames-per-second and not 30, which is a change from Forza Horizon 3. We’re really happy with the stability and performance from launch this time round.”

Forza Horizon 4 is scheduled for release on October 2nd for PC and Xbox One. Stay tuned for more updates!

Source: PC Gamer