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you will need an SSD to play the racing game on PC

Microsoft and Turn 10 Studios have announced new details for the PC version of Forza Motorsport, including recommended PC specs and supported technologies.

Forza Motorsport PC

In a new blog post, the studio has confirmed that the PC version of Forza Motorsport will support native resolutions up to 4K and above. The upcoming racing sim will also support Nvidia’s DLSS 2 and AMD’s FSR 2.2 upsampling technologies. However, Microsoft especially took the opportunity to reveal the required PC configurations.

Unsurprisingly, the hardware requirements for the new Forza are quite high. The minimum specifications are quite modest, since it only takes a GTX 1060 graphics card to be able to enjoy the game, but the studio especially recommends an SSD with at least 130 GB of free space. If you only have one HDD hard drive, then maybe it’s time to update your PC.

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What hardware for Forza Motorsport on PC?

Racing device users have also received news of compatible hardware, and there is good news. The studio has revealed that DirectInput API support on PC will be available at launch, allowing gamers to use other peripherals than the natively supported Logitech, Thrustmaster and Fanatec wheels. In total, 18 steering wheels are supported on the console version and 41 steering wheels are supported on the PC version.

An Xbox Wire blog post published at the same time confirms that the PC version of Forza Motorosport will also offer cross-play and cross-progression capabilities on both PC and console. Additionally, Xbox has indicated that Forza Motorsport is offering vibration vibrations on Xbox controllers and one improved force feedback for those using a racing wheel.

Additionally, Turn 10 has revealed that the legendary Nürburgring Grand Prix circuit will be available in Forza Motorsport from day one. The iconic Nordschleife circuit will also be available in Forza Motorsport in a post-launch update, slated for release in Spring 2024.

As a reminder, Forza Motorsport, the sequel to Forza Motorsport 7, will be available on PC and next-gen consoles on October 10. You can play it from October 5 by pre-ordering the Premium Edition of the game for €99.99.

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