Microsoft Announces Forza Motorsport 6: Apex For Windows 10 PCs

Microsoft today announced Forza Motorsport 6: Apex, the first game of the award-winning Forza franchise coming to Windows 10. It is built for Windows 10 PCs with DirectX 12, and powered by the state-of-the-art ForzaTech graphics and physics engine, and it supports graphics at up to 4K resolution. Also, it will be free to play game. Apart from trademark Forza features such as Drivatar opponents and a hand-picked selection of 63 fully functioning Forzavista-enabled cars, each with working cockpits and full damage, Forza Motorsport 6: Apex features 20 exciting track configurations across six locations – Brands Hatch, Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, Rio de Janeiro, Sebring International Raceway, Top Gear and Yas Marina – including night and wet-weather variants.

Designed for players who are new to the Forza franchise, Forza Motorsport 6: Apex delivers a curated experience, featuring authentic wheel-to-wheel action, unique automotive content and constant rewards. The career mode is anchored by a new 12-event “Showcase Tour,” which introduces players to fascinating cars and unique automotive match-ups through a series of beautifully crafted and entertaining videos, narrated by automotive celebrities such as James May and Richard Hammond.

Forza Motorsport 6: Apex features a new objective and scoring system, which challenges the player to grow their skill and compare scores with their friends, and each event is a completely unique experience with unending replay value.

In addition, a new “Spotlight Series” will feature new Showcase-style events that will be updated on a regular basis. Whether you’re barreling around rainy Brands Hatch in your all-wheel-drive street weapon of choice or chasing down The Stig from “Top Gear” in cockpit view, there are always new and fun challenges to explore.

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