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E' disponibile da oggi l'addon Hot Wheels Expansion per Forza Horizon 3, dedicato alle celebri automobili giocattolo. Una nuova serie di isole sarà raggiungibile al largo delle coste australiane, tutte caratterizzate da piste ispirate alle celebri Hot Wheels con rampe, salti, loop infernali e altri spettacolari elementi di scenario dominati dall'iconica pista arancione che si snoda tra le isole. Insieme al DLC è stata diffusa anche una corposa patch per la versione PC di Forza Horizon 3 che estende la compatibilità a un'ampia serie di volanti, migliora le performance della CPU nell'utilizzo del gioco, in particolare con dettagli su High o Ultra e introduce nuove opzioni grafiche ampliando anche le descrizioni di tutte quelle già presenti. Full list of improvements: Improved CPU Performance – new optimization allows for smoother gameplay at High and Ultra settings for PCs running on recommended or specifications or better Updated Thread Model – new approach improves efficiency of used PC cores. The new model can be disabled in the option menu if necessary More Graphical Options – Very Low option has been added for Dynamic Geometry Quality and World Car Level of Detail to improve framerate on PCs running at minimum specifications New descriptions for all options stating how the game performance is affected when making alterations to each Minimum system requirements have been lowered: CPU: i3-4170 at 3.7 Ghz GPU: NVIDIA GT 740 / AMD R7 250x VRAM: 2GB GDDR5 RAM: 8GB Hard Drive Type: HDD Resolution: 1280 x 720 The wheel support has been extended: Logitech Driving Force GT Logitech MOMO Force Feedback Racing Wheel Logitech G920 Logitech G29 Logitech G25 Logitech G27 Fanatec ClubSport Wheel Base V1 Fanatec CSV2 Fanatec CSR Thrustmaster TS-PC Thrustmaster T150 Thrustmaster T500 RS Thrustmaster TMX V1 Thrustmaster TMX V2 Thrustmaster T300RS Thrustmaster TX 458 Edition Thrustmaster TX 599 Edition Thrustmaster TX Leather Edition Thrustmaster TX F1 Edition Thrustmaster TX GTE Edition Thrustmaster RGT
VELOCIPEDE posted a article in SoftwareTurn10 annuncia il nuovo accordo di licenza del brand Forza con il marchio Porsche, addirittura di 6 anni di durata, che potete leggere in dettaglio qui. Contemporaneamente ecco arriva il primo Porsche Car Pack per Forza Horizon 3, che include ben 7 vetture della casa di Stoccarda. Seven amazing Porsche models arrive today with the Porsche Car Pack for Forza Horizon 3. The kick-off to Porsche and Forza's new six-year partnership, the Porsche Car Pack brings classics like the Porsche 718 RS 60 alongside soon-to-be-classics like the 2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS, and more. Here's the full car list: - 2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS - 2016 Porsche Cayman GT4 - 2017 Porsche Panamera Turbo - 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS - 1995 Porsche 911 GT2 - 1955 Porsche 550A Spyder - 1960 Porsche 718 RS 60 In addition to the new Porsche Car Pack, this week we're also kicking off new #Forzathon events in Forza Horizon 3, where players can earn Porsche reward cars, even if they don't have the Porsche Car Pack! Check out the news on www.forzamotorsport.net to find out more.
Sarà disponibile a partire da domani per Forza Horizon 3 il nuovo Playseat Car Pack, ennesimo DLC per il titolo targato Turn10 che ci mette a disposizione 7 diverse vetture, illustrate nel comunicato, screens e video di preview qui di seguito. The Playseat Car Pack is coming to Forza Horizon 3! Launching on Tuesday, February 7 the Playseat Car Pack brings seven new vehicles to the wide-open roads of Australia. The list of cars begins appropriately with one of the favorite cars of an Aussie racing legend, Pete Brock’s 1985 HDT VK Commodore Group A. The pack also features Cadillac’s latest high-performance coupe in the 2016 Cadillac ATS-V, plus Aston Martin’s new DB11, two Honda models (one a high-revving classic, the other a race-bred Civic), and more. The Playseat Car Pack is included in the Forza Horizon 3 Car Pass, which is available for separate purchase or as part of the Forza Horizon 3 Ultimate Edition. All the cars in this pack are also compatible with the first Forza Horizon 3 expansion, Blizzard Mountain, which is available as part of the Forza Horizon 3 Expansion Pass, or as a standalone purchase. Here’s a closer look at all of the cars in the pack: 1985 HDT VK Commodore Group A In Australia, the name Peter Brock evokes championship racing, national pride, and the twisting, undulating roads of Bathurst. The Commodore Group A is a distinctive car in Brock’s racing career, built during the period when he was running his own company building race-bred road cars. In the mid-1980s, home grown rules evolved to a European formula that included homologation. We have these rules to thank for the 502models of the VK Commodore Group A that were built. Dubbed “Bluey” or the “Blue Meanie” for the Formula Blue color all the models were painted, in sight, sound, and speed, the Group A holds a special place in the heart of Holden fans. 1990 Renault Alpine GTA Le Mans In the mid-1970s, Renault acquired car builder Alpine, saving it from financial troubles. While Alpine models had heavily relied on Renault parts and were sold by Renault dealers, the brand was previously independently owned by rally driver Jean Redele. Through the early 1970s, Redele’s Alpines delivered two wins at the Rally Monte Carlo and several finishes at Le Mans. The 325 models of the Alpine GTA Le Mans harken to that bygone era. In its time, this four-seat grand tourer rivaled the best Porsche had to offer. Its sleek form delivers an amazing drag coefficient and the rear mounted turbo V6 provides renowned weight balance, power, and traction. 2016 Cadillac ATS-V Perhaps you remember the days when “Cadillac” translated to “luxury land yacht.” While your grandparents may still prefer retro Cadillac models for their unrivaled American comfort, the ATS-V is more likely to be owned by that favorite uncle who always has the cool car. The ATS-V is a performance-packed luxury coupe that easily compares with the top sport luxury coupes from Germany or Japan. Starting with more than 460 V6 twin-turbo horsepower, this American sport-coupe also features a well-tuned chassis that’s aided by magnetorheological dampers, giving the ATS-V performance that’s well beyond mere straight-line speed. 2017 Aston Martin DB11 When it comes to engines, there really isn’t anything more opulent than a V-12. The Aston Martin DB11 adds twin-turbos to its two inline six cylinders mated at the crank, making this wide-body luxury grand tourer something that pulls hard from idle to redline. It’s hard to believe the DB11 is in the middle of the Aston Martin lineup. With lavish accoutrements and more power than the average driver would even need, the DB11 is looking for an open road to let that V12 breathe, while offering the ultimate in comfort and amenities. 2016 Vauxhall Corsa VXR Start with General Motors, add a healthy heaping of German engineering, then design a car that’s born and bred for the U.K. market, and you’ll come up with the Vauxhall Corsa VXR. This is a brash 1.6-liter turbo-charged four-cylinder front-wheel-drive city car that is all get up and go. More than 200 horsepower tugging the front wheels of this super-mini delivers a thrill that is only matched by the raucous rumble of the Remus exhaust burbling out behind its diminutive form. You can get your groceries in the Corsa VXR, but don’t be surprised if the trip is longer than expected. After all, in a car like this, you’ll want to take the long way home. 1970 Honda S800 Chances are you will never have this much fun with anything else at around 70 horsepower. The Honda S800 represents the final evolution of one of the first four-wheeled Hondas to hit the road. In 1962, Soichiro Honda presented the T360 and S360 at the Tokyo Motor Show. The T360 was a pick-up truck and the S360 a two-seater spider. These vehicles were powered by 356cc Honda motorcycle engines and had chain drive. Engine displacement evolved to the 791cc motor with a standard live axle rear end. The S800’s screaming-high redline was a direct descendent of the Honda car’s motorcycle roots was the S800’s screaming-high redline. If you have ever enjoyed the high-revving joy of the modern day S2000, you’ve got the S800 to thank for it. 2016 Honda Civic Type R For car fans, seeing the letter “R” on a car usually means something special. In the case of the Civic Type R, “R” means “racing,” as in race-bred. Honda didn’t just slap some logos and some wheels on this specification either. The R might also stand for “ridiculous” horsepower – as in more than 300hp. Take one look at the sleek and aggressive aero kit and “R” can easily stand for “radical.” From the torque-steer limiting dual-axis strut suspension, to the mechanical front differential and the Brembo brakes, this Civic Type R is just what Honda fans, and Forza fans, have been waiting for.