Last month, we shared more gameplay details regarding Turn 10’s upcoming free-to-play Forza title for Windows 10 platform. Fans of the popular driving simulation series have been discussing the studio’s announcement that Forza Motorsport 6: Apex won’t feature steering wheel support. Among many of the things that are expected to be reduced in size and/or detail, this one is particularly alarming, as it can drastically affect the joy of playing a driving simulation on PC.
Well, our hopes that the game will feature wheel support may not be sentenced to the recycling bin just yet. Recently we discovered a message on Twitter by Turn 10 head Dan Greenawalt that could possibly serve as a reversal of the entire situation.
@erret84 I agree. Wheel support will come to Apex. Building Apex helps make UWP the best it can be for game developers and racing fans alike
— Dan Greenawalt (@dan_greenawalt) March 24, 2016
Judging by the claim, there is a good chance that wheel support will subsequently appear in the game, likely as a part of a future update.
As detailed before, the title will arrive with 4K resolution support, 63 cars, 6 locations, and 20 track variations. It will take advantage of DirectX 12 and the Universal Windows Platform.
What do you think? Visit our Forza Motorsport 6: Apex forum and share your expectations!