Later this year, Forza 6 Apex will be the first Forza game to land on Windows 10, and while it’s a more stripped down, free-to-play version of the Xbox One release of Forza Motorsport 6, this won’t be the last Forza game on PC.
Microsoft announced at Build last night that all future Forza games will be coming to both Xbox One and PC. In a video aired during the event, Turn 10 creative director Dan Greenawalt said that Apex represents an initial step in the Forza series landing on Windows 10, it’s also a “proof point” of what developers can do using Microsoft’s Universal Windows Platform, which allows studios to make games across all Windows Platforms.
In the video Greenawalt also said:
Moving forward, all of our games are going to be shipping on Windows 10 and Xbox. The Universal Windows Platform is great for the game developers and gamers alike. It’s going to become even more powerful as a way of delivering amazing experiences across all of the devices in the Windows ecosystem.
In the video, Greenawalt also confirmed that Apex is capable of running at 60 frames per second at a resolution of 4K if you’ve got the specs to handle such fidelity.
Forza 6 Apex is set to launch on Windows 10 this Spring, a release date is yet to be announced.