Microsoft has announced that the demo of Forza Horizon 3 has finally come to PC through the Windows Store a launch that has occurred several weeks after the demo was released on Xbox One and the game went on sale on both platforms.
On the Windows official blog it was announced that the PC demo of Forza Horizon 3 is now available for download. With this demo, you can finally try – in case you have not already done so – the thrill of speeding on board with amazing racing cars, in the various Australian landscapes that the new title of Playground Games offers.
This demo is exactly the same as the Xbox One, which will allow us to participate in several races in a limited area of the map. In addition, we will also have the opportunity to test different aspects of festival management.
You need to download 20GB of game data on your computer and both minimum and recommended requirements and ideals are the same as those in the final version. Note that it has also taken the opportunity to include support for HDR in the demo of Xbox One, a feature that until now could only be used in the full version. Of course you’ll need an Xbox One S and a TV compatible with the HDR compatibility to enjoy it.
Forza Horizon 3 is set in Australia, adding terrain and extreme climates and the largest open world ever designed for the series.