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Forza Horizon 3 PC system requirements announced

Forza Horizon 3 PC system requirements announced

Forza Horizon 3 PC system requirements announced

Forza Horizon 3 PC system requirements announced

 

The minimum and recommended PC system requirements for Forza Horizon 3 have been announced, requiring Windows 10, with the Aniversary Edition update and a minimum of 8GB of system memory. 

GPU wise PC gamers will need a minimum of a GTX 750Ti or an AMD R7 250 with 2GB of VRAM or more. Screenshots of the game's graphical options menu can be viewed here.   

Turn 10 Studios has also recently confirmed that Forza Horizon 3's will have a Demo for PC, but it will release after the game launches on both PC and Xbox One on September 27th. 

Right now Turn 10's community manager, Brian Ekberg, recommends that PC users play Forza Motorsport 6: Apex to get an idea of how well Forza plays/runs on PC. 

 

 

Below are the full PC system requirements for Forza Horizon 3. Sadly these game requirements do not include any AMD CPUs.

 

Minimum Specs:

  • Windows 10 version 14393.102 or higher
    Intel Core i5-3570
  • Nvidia Geforce GTX 750Ti  OR AMD Radeon R7 250X
  • Windows 10 Anniversary Update - 10.0.14393.101 64 Bit
  • 55GB Storage

 

Recommended Specs:

  • Windows 10 version 14393.102 or higher
    Intel core i7-3820
  • 12GB RAM
  • 4GB VRAM
  • Nvidia Geforce GTX 970/1060 OR AMD Radeon R9 290X/ RX 480
  • 55GB Storage

 

Forza Horizon 3 will launch on both PC and Xbox One on September 27th.

 

You can find game ready drivers for Forza Horizon 3 for both AMD and Nvidia GPUs here. 

 

You can join the discussion on Forza Horizon 3's PC system requirements on the OC3D Forums

 

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22-09-2016, 09:31:37

Daiyus
I really hope the Windows Store won't think my Radeon HD 7870 is too low; I hear it won't even let you download if your components aren't up to snuff.

That could get annoying as my HD 7870/720p HDTV combo are still going strong and I'm not replacing them until one or the other breaks. However it seems specs these days are based on 1080p which could mean those with screens below 1080p could get screwed.Quote

22-09-2016, 17:12:18

Apostolle
Please let it run on a i7-4720hq and a gtx 960m!
Alteast on minimum :|Quote

22-09-2016, 21:25:38

semitope
Quote:
Originally Posted by Daiyus View Post
I really hope the Windows Store won't think my Radeon HD 7870 is too low; I hear it won't even let you download if your components aren't up to snuff.

That could get annoying as my HD 7870/720p HDTV combo are still going strong and I'm not replacing them until one or the other breaks. However it seems specs these days are based on 1080p which could mean those with screens below 1080p could get screwed.
its funny they actually do that. Microsoft doesn't like sales clearly. Why bother limiting who can download, just let them do it and maybe they go upgrade when they realize its not so great. Or they just play it at whatever settings work for themQuote

24-09-2016, 03:57:45

SeekaX
Has anyone gotten the game on PC yet? Reviews are pretty terrible, apparently the DLC doesn't work, the game crashes and there are several issues with the windows store. Someone wrote that he couldn't choose the partition the game installed to, that would be a problem for me with my 60GB C:// ssd.Quote

24-09-2016, 05:31:19

Arganos
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Originally Posted by SeekaX View Post
Has anyone gotten the game on PC yet? Reviews are pretty terrible, apparently the DLC doesn't work, the game crashes and there are several issues with the windows store. Someone wrote that he couldn't choose the partition the game installed to, that would be a problem for me with my 60GB C:// ssd.
Yesterday was absolutely horrendous day to play horizon 3. Today booted up no crashes, just a couple freezes but not exactly anything that would just make it unplayable. Performance of the game is alot better aswell. DLC stuff doesn't work atm but I bet it's going to be fixed soon tho.Quote
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