Microsoft’s latest successful racer, Forza Horizon 3, has recently been given a new patch to improve stability and performance on the PC version of the game. The update includes multiple bug fixes surrounding use with Windows 10, including wheel support and a change to the list of playable vehicles. “Horizon Edition” versions of cars such as the Mercedes C 63 AMG Coupe Black Series and the Subaru Impreza 22B STi are among the new vehicles included.
Forza Horizon 3 has proven to be a hugely popular racing game for Xbox and Windows platforms, and the latest update is aimed at making the PC version run much more smoothly. In a statement released on the game’s website on alongside the update, Community Manager Brian Ekberg promises, “Performance and stability improvements continue to be a top priority for Playground Games and Turn 10, and will also be a focus of future updates as well.”
It is clear that Microsoft hasn’t finished with its refinement of Forza Horizon 3, which has seen some major bugs since release that have needed addressing. These have included oddities such as unlimited money for a lucky spin glitch, which saw players randomly being awarded the maximum amount of credits for performing a lucky spin, and a more recent visual glitch connected to the bumpers on the Ferrari F50.
A full list of the latest patch notes can be found here.
Forza Horizon 3 is available on Windows 10 and Xbox One, and also includes the Microsoft Play Anywhere feature.