The launch of Forza Motorsport 7 is just around the corner and the game is available for pre-load, however, according to a report, Forza Motorsport 7 pre-load is working as intended for PC users which is restricting PC gamers from pre-loading the game.
According to the report from VG247, many PC users have reported issues with Forza Motorsport 7 pre-load. According to the users, the pre-load just stops in the middle of downloading and an error pops up which doesn’t allow the pre-load to resume and players have to start all over again. The downloading stops randomly some report that they have lost 92 GB of data to this issue.
This is a serious issue especially for those who have limited data plans for their internet as users have to download the game all over again and the previous data downloaded becomes useless. Some have suggested clearing the Windows Store cache to by pressing the Windows key + R and typing “wsreset” or uninstall all content then log out and log-in and then start the download.
However, it is yet unknown why this issue is popping up for the PC users and it needs to be addressed asap.
In related news, Turn 10 Studios has revealed that players will need about 60-80 hours to complete Driver’s Cup, which is sort of a single-player campaign for Forza Motorsport 7. He added that with over 700 cars and dynamic weather no two races will be the same.
Also, Microsoft has revealed that even though Xbox One X will run Forza 7 at 4K/60 FPS it will still have 30% of GPU power to spare. If what Microsoft claims is true then we will be seeing more first-party title in the future looking even better than Forza 7.
Forza Motorsport 7 is a racing simulator developed by Turn 10 Studios and is scheduled to launch on October 3, 2017, for PC and Xbox One and will also be a Play Anywhere title.