Forza Horizon 3 Windows 10 PC, Xbox One: Everything You Need to Know

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Forza Horizon 3 Windows 10 PC, Xbox One: Everything You Need to Know

From the lush greenery of Yarra Valley to the arid, dusty environs of Outback, Forza Horizon 3 brings you the best of Australia in one nice open-world setting. There are a lot of things that we love about the game, starting with the graphics and just how much you can do without even participating in races. To talk about all of that and more, Rishi and Gagan join host Pranay on the latest episode of Orbital: The Gadgets 360 Podcast

(Also seeForza Horizon 3 PC Requirements Announced)

We discuss all the things that we love about Forza Horizon 3. This includes our favourite cars, such as the Lamborghini Centenario, Nissan GT-R, and the Audi R8, among others. We also talk about our favourite non-racing experiences in the game. Whether it is jumping off cliffs in these cars or going on a wrecking spree. 

(Also see: Forza Horizon 3 Review)

The discussion moves on to controls and whether you should play Forza Horizon 3 with arcade or simulation controls. Before the show ends, the three people on the podcast speculate where the Forza Horizon Series is going and how Playground Games and Microsoft's Turn 10 Studios will take it forward. It's very hard to improve a game that's so good, so how will Microsoft try to pull it off? All of that and more on this episode.

(Also seeForza Horizon 3 PC to Have Unlocked Frame Rate but Non-Adjustable FOV)

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