Those of us still using the good old PC – or at least a capable notebook – can enjoy starting May 5 the open beta for the Forza Motorsport 6: Apex video game.
Developer Turn 10 has decided to make our week happier since this is actually the first ever Forza game that has also been developed for PCs, with the official specifications telling us it will run on a “variety of Windows 10-enabled machines” at up to 4K resolutions at 60 fps. This title has been announced last month and will be a free-to-play game “crafted specifically for Windows 10.” This means we could expect it to be something better than just a mindless port of the Xbox One-exclusive Forza 6 introduced in 2015.
Gamers will be able to enjoy more than 60 cars at the start of the Forza Motorsport 6: Apex title – all available across 12 themed racing events on the virtual track. Additionally, the PC version will boast a new objective system designed to challenge players to reach certain skill-based tasks to earn in-game currency. 20 track configurations on six different circuits will be available at the start, with each location also accessible as night or wet events. If you don’t know if your PC will be able to play the new title you can check the link for the source below.