All Future Forza Games Are Coming to PC and Xbox, Microsoft Confirms
Additionally, Turn 10 confirms Apex Edition will run at 60fps and at a resolution of up to 4K.
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This spring's Forza 6 Apex will be the first entry in the racing series to come to PC, but it won't be the last. Today at Microsoft's Build conference in San Francisco, the company aired a new Forza video in which Turn 10 creative director Dan Greenawalt says all future Forza games are coming to Xbox and PC.
In the video, Greenawalt says Apex represents the "first step" in the Forza series shifting to Windows 10. It also aims to be a "proof point" of what developers can do using Microsoft's Universal Windows Platform, which allows studios to make games across all Windows 10 devices.
"Moving forward, all of our games are going to be shipping on Windows 10 and Xbox," Greenawalt said. "The Universal Windows Platform is great for the game developers and gamers alike. It's going to become even more powerful as a way of delivering amazing experiences across all of the devices in the Windows ecosystem."
It's also confirmed in the video that Apex is capable of running at 60fps and at a resolution of 4K if your computer can manage it. This is the highest level of fidelity in the history of the Forza franchise.
Apex, a free-to-play version of Forza 6, is due out later this spring, though a release date has not been announced. Another Forza game has been announced and will be properly unveiled at E3 2016. This game's "cover car" is the Lamborghini Centenario, which isn't available in the real world yet.
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