Comes with 4K & DirectX 12 Support
Rejoice PC Gamers! Xbox One’s flagship racing title is coming to PCs and it’s heading really fast this coming Spring of 2016 – which means it might be released sometime between March and June. Not much has been divulged so far technically, but we all know that the game will fully support 4K resolution, and the DirectX 12 API.
Since Forza Motorsports 6: APEX is Free to Play, there’s no denying that it comes with a cost on your side should you want to play it. First off, it’s curated, meaning that it’s not quite the full package. Think of it as an enhanced demo of the game with a 12-Event Career Mode, a Spot-Light Series to keep the community updated should Career Mode becomes boring, and 20 iconic Tracks across 4 locations.
There will be also 63 vehicles according to Turn 10 Studios and most of them could be earned via in-game credits. These vehicles includes the 2014 Audi #2 Audi Team Joest R18 e-tron quattro, the 2017 Ford GT, and the 1973 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am SD-455 which is a classic so there;s plenty of variety as far as cars are concerned.
Expect the Forza Motorsports 6: APEX to hit the Windows Store this coming months. And of course, if you want to play the game, get ready to make a deal with Windows 10 as it wont be compatible with older Microsoft Operating Systems. HALO 2 cough* cough*
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