The long-awaited Xbox One X compatibility patch for Forza Horizon 3 is now live. Added support for the superpowered console brings higher definition textures, true 4K resolution and other improvements.
Following the launch of the weighty Hot Wheels Expansion for Forza Horizon 3, Playground Games has released a significant update for the PC version of the game, introducing welcome changes to players running the game on lower specifications.
It’s official: Porsche has returned to the Forza series, and unlike before there are no crippling agreements in play. Turn 10 and Porsche have announced an “in-depth six-year partnership” that will include the Forza Motorsport and Forza Horizon series of games moving forward.
Whoops. After a leak back in January gave away a lot of the upcoming content for Forza Horizon 3, another hole has given us a look at upcoming content. The next car pack is set to be Porsche-themed, with a few surprises mixed in for good measure.
Hot on the heels of the unveiling of the Fittipaldi EF7 — destined for the upcoming Gran Turismo Sport — another company has unveiled its new model not only on the floor in Geneva, but in a video game. Say hello to the Tamo Racemo, the small mid-engined sports car from Tata’s new sub-brand.
Earlier this month, in the midst of the release of the Rockstar Car Pack for Forza Horizon 3, Turn 10 accidentally gave its PC users a whole lot more; an entire debug version of the title, exclusively saved for development purposes for the in-house team.
When the latest update for Forza Horizon 3 was released, there was a slight issue with its distribution. The update brought the Rockstar Car Pack accompanied by a new barn find to Xbox One players without any complications. On the PC side, things didn’t go as smooth…
Amidst the leaks that have outed all sorts of interesting cars, Forza Horizon 3 has gained another free, new-to-franchise car. The latest barn find was tucked away in the title update that came alongside the Rockstar Car Pack, and reports quickly announced the new car as none other than the 1972 Volvo 1800E.
Oh dear. After Turn 10 accidentally unloaded a developer version of FH3 on PC players yesterday, the community has been diving deeper into the open-world racer. Yesterday, the first batch of leaks showed a handful of new cars, including some Porsches that have proven quite familiar on the XB1. Today’s discoveries, however, show something new.