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  1. The years of wishing, dreaming, praying are over... it's here. Earlier this year, the rumours were rampant of a PC version of Forza. These rumours finally came to fruition when a few months ago it was announced - Forza for PC. While it's not a full game, Forza Motorsport 6: Apex does promise to give us a glimpse of the future (hopefully), just a little taster of what Forza on PC is like. Apex is not without limits though; there are a small selection of cars and tracks, there is no wheel support, no career mode, but that's okay. Why? It's free. Reviews are coming in fast, and as to be expected of a beta release, they're fairly mixed so far. Of course, you've got to be realistic. This is not a full game. It's a tech demo, in beta form. In an ideal world this would not be the case. It would be polished and perfected for final release. However it's not, so we can't complain about lack of content, or even wheel support. Is it good looking? Is it enjoyable? Does it run okay? That's really all we can ask ourselves right now. And we'll be doing just that with a full review, coming soon. Head over to the Windows Store to download now, be warned it's a hefty 18.8GB.
  2. It Almost Feels... Familiar The (likely) first leaked gameplay footage of Turn 10's upcoming free-to-play PC debut, Forza Motorsport 6: Apex, has appeared on YouTube already. The game itself is due for release this spring, so we don't have a long wait ahead, but the gameplay footage at least gives us a better idea of what we're getting for all those nonexistent monies. Well, clearly this isn't radically different from the Forza we know and love on our Xbox One. The biggest change is that this isn't a full game, but rather a game demo or tech demo that shows the power of the ForzaTech™ engine running on DirectX 12 with resolutions an Xbox would melt just at the thought of. You only have 63 cars and 6 locations to test, but this is not new information. So, what have we learned? What we do see here is that you have the advanced and customisable graphics options that PC gamers have come to expect, such as the ability to change texture quality and anti-aliasing. There appears to be a fairly good variety of cars to choose from, a little something for everyone, and some of the prettier locations in Forza such as Spa and Yas Marina. The traditional 'race - earn money - buy cars' system has been replaced with a classic unlocking system. You have to accumulate X amount of medals to unlock cars, for example 42 to unlock a Veyron Super Sport, and it can be assumed that these medals are accumulated by completing events in the Showcase Tour and Spotlight Series. However what we also see is a big orange button... On that big orange button it reads "Unlock Early". I would imagine this means you either have another points system besides medals that can be used to unlock vehicles or perhaps Microsoft have created a way to generate some cash. Instead of grinding to earn those medals, you pay a small sum of money and get instantly rewarded with the car you want. Can you fault them? Well, probably. If you're anything like me, you hate paying for things that you expected to be free, but Microsoft would just be following the trend of the successful micro-transactions model that we see in the majority of Android and iOS games. Free to play, unless you're impatient. Let us know your thoughts in the forum, how do you feel about a micro-transaction based Forza? Source: forzamotorsport.net
  3. Mamma mia! Forza Turn 10! Yes, you read that right! Forza Motorsport is heading to your PC this spring! Forza Motorsport 6: Apex is going to be a slimmed down version of the hugely popular Xbox racer and it's going to be free - yes, you read that right as well - free to download on Windows 10. Forza Motorsport 6: Apex is going to show the power of the Forzatech engine, as you can run it at resolutions up to 4K using DX12 - check out some those details in the gallery below! You'll be racing against Drivatars just like on the Xbox and there is a career mode which includes something called the Showcase Tour, which should introduce the players to "fascinating cars" and "unique automotive match-ups". There's going to be a new objective and scoring system that supposedly giving the game "unending replay value". Contentwise the game seems to be a bit lacking compared to the real deal but it will still feature 63 fully detailed cars and 20 tracks, including nighttime and wet weather variants. At the end of the article, they say that FM6: Apex is going to pave the way for future Forza experiences on Windows 10. So looks like there's no turning back now - Forza is no longer an Xbox exclusive! To top it all off, here's the announcement trailer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8xREfr1YuA Source: Forzamotorsport.net [gallery columns=5" link="file" ids="4272,4271,4263,4264,4267,4269,4270]
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