Not only were the recommended PC specs released along with news of going gold, but a video showing the Halo Warthog in-game and the list of Achievements have been provided too.
Forza Horizon 3 is off for disc pressing, which is what going gold means – if you didn’t know that already.
In the video above, you get a look at the 2554 AMG Transport Dynamics M12S Warthog CST which will be included as one of the 350+ vehicles in the Forza Garage.
This is the first time in the Forza series players will be able to drive the iconic Halo ground vehicle. It will be handed out to those who have played Halo 5 or The Master Chief Collection on Xbox One when Forza Horizon 3 launches.
Eligible players will receive a download code for the Warthog via an Xbox Live Message, and codes will begin to be sent out during the week of September 5.
Those who have not played an Xbox One Halo game can earn the Warthog through a #Forzathon event coming in October.
The Achievements list for Forza Horizon 3 is rather long, so you can take a look at it for yourself through the game’s website.
Those planning to play Forza Horizon 3 on Windows 10 should know it obviously requires DirectX 12.
It will support 4K and contains a “tremendous amount of adjustment options” such as full screen, vertical sync and resolution along with advanced options for motion blur, mirrors, reflection, static and dynamic geometry, and more.
Those interested in using driving wheels on PC should know that Microsoft plans on providing more information on wheel support for the W10 version at a later date.
Forza Horizon 3 will be released on W10 and Xbox One September 27. Those who purchased the Forza Horizon 3 Ultimate Edition will be able to play it four days early on September 23.