While already out for the Xbox One console, the demo version of Forza Horizon 3 has eventually found its way to PC gamers as well. The PC demo has been announced today with a short list of things that players will be able to do, but more on that later. The PC demo clocks in at almost 20 GB, so Windows 10 users now know how much storage they need for the game demo.
The announcement of the PC demo wasn’t the only thing that fans got as the Xbox One variant also got some love with the addition of support for HDR. HDR support was added to the Xbox One demo, as the full version of the Xbox One game had featured HDR support from its inception.
HDR allows the user to experience the game in a much more vibrant and color-rich way, making great use of today’s technologies. However, to exploit HDR, you need a 4K monitor and also the Xbox One S, meaning a lot of players won’t be affected by this since they don’t possess the gear to properly display 4K.
As for as restrictions of the actual demo, players will be able to do a number of things such as explore the world (only a fraction of it will be available in the demo), compete in a couple events, and also compete against friends in its multiplayer mode through Xbox Live.
The demo version features the same system requirements as the full version of the game, meaning that gamers which can play the demo version with no difficulties won’t have any problems running the full game either.
Those interested in getting the full game or trying out the demo version can do so by visiting Microsoft’s official website.
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