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During my hands with the Forza Horizon 4 Credits

Forza Horizon 4 will allow you'push to the intense on PC beyond Ultra'
On PC, the UK-set racer is currently gearing up to be the series' most powerful yet--and it boasts a host of PC-specific capabilities. Chatting at Gamescom to Samuel, Playground Games studio art director Benjamin Penrose tells us what we could expect from Horizon 4's desktop variant. "We're currently highlighting our recommended spec on 60 frames per second rather than 30, which is a change in Forza Horizon 3," says Penrose.

 "We are really pleased with the stability and performance from launch this time round. And we have also got a whole bunch of new options you can push [your own PC] beyond Ultra to the intense, in case you've got a very powerful PC. "And of course we've got a load of other options in there, so you may build a view for your cameras, you also have access to the HDR alternative --the first time around PC for Forza." During my hands with the Forza Horizon 4 Credits match earlier in the day, I found myself thoroughly enjoying what seemed and felt completely fantastic, and that was on the Xbox One X. Truly racing through the British countryside felt great, feeling as smooth as you can expect.

More important is every slight bulge, that puddle, they had the expected effect on the vehicle. Forza Horizon 4 feels fantastic, though, sounds and looks. Add into the changing seasons, the beautiful environments and the much more intricate verticality of the Scottish Highlands and you're on to buy FH4 Credits a winner.


For PC players like myself, the game's recommended specs are put to reach 60 FPS and there's the inclusion of extreme settings for anyone who have the top rigs.

Forza Horizon multiplayer and 4 clubs: Xbox Clubs integration, play that is ranked and team-based