Forza Motorsport will support DLSS 2, FSR 2.2, and DirectStorage on PC

Forza Motorsport will support DLSS 2, FSR 2.2, and DirectStorage on PC

Is your system ready for Forza Motorsport’s PC version?

Forza Motorsport is launching on PC and Xbox Series X/S on October 10th, and Turn 10 Studios have just released the game’s PC system requirements, revealing the kind of hardware that gamers will need to run the game. 

On PC, Turn 10 has confirmed that Forza Motorsport will support real-time ray tracing on-track, and that the game will support both Nvidia’s DLSS 2 and AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) 2.2 at launch. Additionally, the game will support DirectStorage on PC, with the game’s minimum system requirements demanding a minimum of 130GB of SSD storage. 

With DLSS 2 and FSR 2.2 technologies, gamers will be able to upscale Forza Motorsport to higher resolutions using a lower resolution input. This allows gamers to achieve increased performance levels on PC while keeping image quality high. Turn 10 has confirmed that Forza Motorsport will support native 4K and higher resolutions, and support ultra-wide and other non-standard screen aspect ratios. 

Sadly, Turn 10 has not confirmed what ray tracing effects will be supported in Forza Motorsport’s PC version, though we can confirm that the game will support graphics cards that do not support ray tracing. Ray tracing is an optional feature in Forza Motorsport’s PC version.

Forza Motorsport will support DLSS 2, FSR 2.2, and DirectStorage on PC

On PC, Turn 10 has worked to ensure that PC gamers will have a top-quality gaming experience at launch in Forza Motorsport. The game’s DirectStorage support improves the game’s CPU loading and a shader compilation/pre-caching step has been implemented into the game to avoid unwanted stutters. On PC, framerates have also been unlocked in single-player mode, with multiplayer modes having a locked framerate for competitive reasons.

After launch, Turn 10 plans to continue optimising and improving the PC version of Forza Motorsport, and it is probable that this added support will see features like DLSS 3 and FSR 3 added to the game. 

Below are Forza Motorsport’s PC system requirements. Sadly, Turn 10 had not added resolution of framerate targets to these PC system requirements.

Forza Motorsport will support DLSS 2, FSR 2.2, and DirectStorage on PC

Forza Motorsport will be available on PC and Xbox One October 10th, with owners of the game’s Premium edition will be able to play the game 5 days early on October 5th. 

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