Like Forza Horizon 3, Forza Horizon 4 will be coming to the PC platform. However, this time around the game will target 60 FPS on the PC and visually will be better than Horizon 3 as the studio has noted that the PC version will go beyond Ultra settings.
According to Playground Games, the system requirements for Forza Horizon 4 will be aimed at 60 FPS instead of 30 FPS which wasn’t the case with Forza Horizon 3.
The studio further noted that there are a lot more graphical options for Forza Horizon 4 that will push the game’s visuals beyond the ultra settings on PC. However, that is only possible if you have a powerful PC that can handle it.
We’re now basing our recommended spec on 60 frames per second and not 30, which is a change from Forza Horizon 3. We’re really happy with the stability and performance from launch this time round. And we’ve also got a whole bunch of new options you can push [your PC] to the extreme beyond Ultra, if you’ve got a very powerful PC. And of course we’ve got a load of other options in there, so you can build a view for your cameras, you also have access to the HDR option – the first time on PC for Forza.
However, the studio hasn’t forgotten about the Xbox One X version of the game as the developers have promised 60 FPS for Forza Horizon 4 on the Xbox One X, which isn’t surprising its an Xbox exclusive and Forza Motorsport 7 was also 4K/60 FPS On Xbox One X.
While the studio hasn’t revealed nor confirmed the system requirements for Forza Horizon 4 but has confirmed that the minimum specs for the game will be lower than Forza Horizon 3.
This is according to creative direction Ralph Fulton who confirmed it during behind the closed door presentation of the game. Here are the minimum specs for Forza Horizon 3.
- CPU: i3-4170 @ 3.7Ghz
- GPU: AMD R7 250x or NVIDIA GT 740
- RAM: 8GB
Furthermore, August 2018 is the last month if you are looking to buy Forza Horizon 2 as the game will be removed from Xbox Store in September.
Forza Horizon 4 is a racing title in development at Playground Games and is scheduled to launch on October 2, 2018, for PC and Xbox One.