Forza Horizon games have always been beautiful, and beauty in games usually means hunger for gigahertz and gigabytes. But it seems to us that in the case of Forza Horizon 5 the situation is not so terrible.
Playground Games has announced through a blog post the minimum, recommended, and "ideal" configuration for playing the new Forza Horizon 5. So for minimal enjoyment of the game, you will need Ryzen 3 1200 or Intel i5-4460 with GTX 970, or Radeon RX470. So the hardware is on average about six years old. The recommended configuration is also not so terrible, but the one they call "ideal" already hurts a bit.
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We will be able to unlock the framerate, increase the resolution to 4K, adjust the 21: 9 display, turn on HDR and expand the field of view, they say.
The game will also support the following steering wheels and other accessories on the PC:
Logitech: Driving Force, G25, G27, G29, G920, G923PS, G923XB, Momo
Thrustmaster: Ferrari 458, T150 RS, T300 RS, T500 RS, TMX, T-GT, TS-XW, TX, TS-PC
Fanatec: V1, V2, V2.5, CSL, CSL DD, DD1, DD2, Universal HUB device
They also say that Forza Horizon 5 will support haptic feedback on the Xbox controller throughout all versions of the game (even if you bought it on Steam).
In the game, more than 400 cars await us after the exit, and we will be able to view each one in the so-called Forzavista mode, where we can study them to the smallest detail with support for ray tracing (if you have an "ideal" conf).
Forza Horizon 5 comes out on 9.11. this year for Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One, and of course - PC.