Microsoft has released system requirements for racing simulation Forza Motorsport 7 for Windows. The demands on the computer has lowered Microsoft compared to the previous Forza storage on the PC.
Old hardware is enough for HD and 30 FPS
For downgraded details at 720p at 30 FPS, the game already has an eight-year-old Intel Core i5-750 together with 8 GB of memory and a similarly mature GeForce GT 740 or GTX 650. The AMD counterparts are an FX-6300 with a Piledriver architecture As well as an R7 250X. Basically, the graphics card in the desktop should bring 2 GB of memory.
An i5-4460 / FX-8350 and a graphics card with four gigabytes of memory, such as a GTX 670, 1050 Ti or an RX 560, are required for higher demands and Full HD at 60 frames per second. Forza 6: Apex and Forza Horizon 3 want for Full HD at least 12 GB of RAM and an Intel Core i7-3820. If you want to play in UHD with 60 frames per second requires an Intel Core i7-6700K (test) or an AMD Ryzen 7 (test) with GTX 1080 or AMD Vega 64 (test) – a graphics card with eight gigabytes of video memory Is therefore necessary.
Also playable on the road
Also for compact laptops, Microsoft has optimized the game. On the road, Forza Motorsport 7 can be played with a notebook with i5-6200U or more. For this the laptop needs an additional 8 GB of RAM and at least one Intel HD 520. It is then played in 720p with 30 FPS. By adapting to weaker hardware, the game will also run on a Surface Pro 4 (test). Other adjustments to the PC version include support for 21: 9 screens as well as free framerates.
Forza Motorsport 7 will be released on October 3 for Xbox One and Windows 10. Buyers of the Ultimate Edition can play as early as 29 September.