Forza Motorsport 7 is one of the several titles that Microsoft wants to bring to its audience on Xbox One and Windows 10.
If for some reason you are worried that it would be a simple port of the console version you can rest easy since Turn 10 Studios is very focused on doing a great job for the PC Master Race.
In a video that Nvidia had posted on its YouTube channel, Ryan Cooper, executive producer of Turn 10 Studios, explained that in recent years they have been learning how to be PC developers.
With that said, they are focused on the details to make this version of Forza Motorsport 7 meet great expectations.
“This is really a huge, huge milestone for us. Over the last couple of years, with Forza Motorsport Apex and with Forza Horizon, we’ve been learning how to become PC developers. With this version of the game being presented in ultra-high definition 4K, you’re going to get a really great sense of immersion. We’re really focusing on this version. We want the game to look, sound, and feel unlike anything we’ve ever created,” Cooper said.
Later, Cooper explained that one of the reasons why Forza Motorsport 7 will be an immersive experience is its new climate system: “You’ll get a greater sense of immersion through our collision cameras, and as storms roll in you’ll start to see virga off in the distance, and as it begins to rain, puddles will grow. You might have to take a different drive line, and it really drives up that sense of danger and thrill,” finished Cooper.
Recently, Turn 10 Studios pointed out that Forza 7 for PC is the most technologically advanced project in which they have worked. Fortunately, that does not mean that a high-end PC is required to run it, as demonstrated by its system requirements.
Forza Motorsport 7 will make its debut on October 3, 2017.