Does the sound of V8 engine makes you feel the rush of adernaline in you , Does the speed of Centenario makes you want to drive faster past the winds , then look no further than forza horizon 3 .
Forza Horizon 3 is developed by Playground Games and published by Microsoft Studios, set in an open world environment based in Australia.
This game has a lot to offer, from buggy to audi R8 , this game features more than 350 cars , twice the map size of the previous Horizon game, 12-player online multiplayer, four-player online campaign co-op, new events and car types galore. The cars all feel wonderfully different too. It’s not just that they handle differently. The sounds they make are unique to each make and model. After performing upgrades the sounds change too. There’s no mistaking the difference between a BMW RLL Z4 GTE, a BMW M4 Coupe or a BMW Isetta 300 Export. Turbos pop violently, V8s thunder and race engines roar.
But there’s something else here. The game feels more open than ever. Forza Horizon games are about enjoy the open driving experience, this time game lets you go really wherever you want. Take shortcuts across fields, through forests or even off clifftops. Drive through the surf. There’s less of a sense of being hemmed in by invisible walls than ever before.
Like traditional racing games, Forza Horizon 3 also offers paved roads and glowing lines that connect the starting point and finish line, but directions are often just recommendations. You could follow the preordained path, but the fastest route is as the hawk flies, which will take you off the road, into caves, through verdant wineries, over mountains, and in and out of forest.
The Forza Horizon series always gives players the chance to drive to the music they love, and today you’ll be excited to unveil that Forza Horizon 3 is taking it to an all-new level!
The Forza Horizon 3 original soundtrack features a broader musical selection than any Horizon game before with nearly 150 songs across eight, in-game radio stations. On top of returning favorites like Horizon Pulse and Horizon Bass Arena, several new stations add new and classic hits from genres across hip hop, indie rock, punk/metal, and of course, classical music.
Have you ever driven the exotic cars ? Me neither but I am 100 % sure, if taken, a ride in a Laborgini Centenario on a beach of Australia , it would feel just the same as in Forza.
Early in the game’s first get-used-to-the-controls race, the player has to try and beat a car that’s swinging from the underside of a helicopter. It’s a pretty good way to keep the player’s eyes not merely on the horizon, but on the sky as well.
The bottom half of the screen isn’t too shabby either. Because in this new edition takes Australia as its palette, a vastly more diverse proposition. There’s a story holding up the whole thing in which you are the boss of a giant racing festival. You get to make executive choices about hiring drivers and staging events, but mostly, you get to race.
This map is much larger than in the last game, and once again, features secret barns where you can find new drives. If you don’t really want to drive around every last corner of the game, you can make use of a drone to scope the place out.
The fact is, I had a lot of fun playing this game. It looks great, feels good and carries a jolly, fun vibe. If you’re one of the many people looking forward to this game, just consider it and thank me later.