Forza Horizon 3 was announced at E3 this year, and seems similar to previous titles in the series. However, the game will be both bigger and better than its predecessors.
Forza Horizon 3 will be taking place on the world’s biggest island nation, Australia. The map of the title will be over twice as large as the map of the previous game, and will have twice as many ecosystems to drive through. The game will also boast an impressive amount of cars, with over 350 cars being available at launch.
The skies in the latest Horizon will transition realistically between cloud patterns that have been designed from images of the Australian skyline. Players will also have to contend with the elements if too many clouds gather.
Player in Charge
For the first time in a Forza Horizon title, player will be heading up the entire Horizon festival. This will be an incredibly significant change, as players will now be in charge of designing their own Competitions and Challenges, fine-tuning the entire experience for how they wish to play it.
Forza Horizon 3 will include a new feature that will allow players to choose their own selection of music from their cloud file with Groove radio, giving players an extra level of personalization to their racing experience.
Xbox Play Anywhere
The Xbox Play Anywhere feature will be offered in Forza Horizon 3. This will allow players to play the game on both Windows 10 PCs and Xbox One, regardless of what platform they bought the game for, with all progress being carried between them. Forza Horizon 3 will also include cross-play functionality, which will allow Xbox One and PC players to play the game together.
Forza Horizon 3 will release on September 27th. The game will be available on Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs.