This month the livestream was a combo Series 29 and Forza Monthly stream on November 5th; earlier than would be usual due to the upcoming release of Xbox Series X|S on Nov. 10. Replays on Twitch and YouTube: 05:00 - Mike Brown and Chris Phillips go over the Series 29 Festival Playlist and new car gameplay 17:00 - Xbox Series X|S optimization: graphics, 4K60, load times, menu speed, rearview mirror; Smart Delivery 26:00 - “We have a continued commitment to Forza Horizon 4. We’ve got loads more really, really exciting updates - some of them are still to come before the end of this year.” 27:00 - Community photo montage 39:00 - Community Spotlight: @DexHowell and mental health awareness
This update adds three cars to the roster as Exclusive rewards in the Series 29 Festival Playlist.
1995 BMW 850CSI - (Autumn Championship)
1987 Mercedes-Benz AMG Hammer Coupe (Spring Championship)
1990 Porsche 911 Reimagined by Singer - (Summer Championship)
“This month’s Torben Tuesday, we’re flipping the script. Send us YOUR best clues for each car, and we’ll share our faves (plus send a little gift to the winning clue writers.)”^
Yeah, I will get one next week but without 60 FPS Horizons. It’s probably not impossible with that brutal fast hardware. At least 3 should be pretty easy. I still have a hope but the right time is gone.
Xbox Series X should have no problems running any Horizon game in 4k 60fps or 1080p 120fps. My PC has a Ryzen 5 3600 and 1660 Super, both of which are inferior to what is in Xbox Series X, and even my PC can do 4k 60 or 1080p 120. Indeed for rivals, I can even get around 150fps at 1440p with High quality settings and MSAA upped to 4x.
That’s what I think. I have 2700X in a PC and it’s very fast CPU. In combination with RDNA2 it must be a beast. Sad I won’t play older Horizon but it’s time to move on. Currently I play Project cars 3 and Dirt 5 in combination with Horizon 4. It’s better to have some base on multiplatform games because I can switch to PS5/GT7 easily then.
Not really, before PC and console players were mixed, buying a console was the way to get the best possible experience running a xbox game online. Now that you can use a PC to join same online games, best experience possible is on PC. Nevertheless, console has this thing that it fits easier in living room. As I already have a 1X running on internal SSD, I will stick to it for the time I play FH4