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Forza Motorsport PC Requirements Revealed

Xbox and Turn 10 Studios have finally shared the PC requirements for the next iteration of Forza Motorsport.

In a new blog post, the developer confirms that Forza Motorsport's PC release will support native resolutions up to 4K and higher. The upcoming racing sim will also support Nvidia's DLSS 2 and AMD's FSR 2.2 supersampling technologies.

The PC requirements note that players must free up 130GB of SSD on their rigs to install Forza Motorsport. The "Ideal Specs," which will have the game running at Ultra settings, notes that you should use a NvME SSD to install Forza Motorsport. You can check out the complete PC requirements in the image below.

Turn 10 Studios also provided transparency on what racing wheels will work on the Xbox and PC versions: 18 racing wheels are supported on the console version and the PC version supports 41 racing wheels. You can check the full list here.

An Xbox Wire blog post that went up at the same time confirms that Forza Motorosport's PC release will also have cross-play and cross-progression available across PC and console. Additionally, Xbox noted that Forza Motorsport features rumble vibration on the Xbox controllers and improved force feedback for those using a racing wheel.

The announcement coincides with Gamescom 2023. And to celebrate Xbox's presence at the trade show, the publisher announced that the Nürburgring GP circuit will be available in Forza Motorsport when the game releases in October.

Forza Motrosport arrives on October 10 for PC and Xbox Series X/S.

Taylor is a Reporter at IGN. You can follow her on Twitter @TayNixster.

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