Review of Forza Horizon 3
Feb. 22, 2018
Most racing games are dedicated simulators that put realism and difficulty first, or casual arcade games where you can play most of the time without worry. Fans of both types of games generally do not want to have anything to do with each other, which Forza Horizon 3 can offers. Forza is Microsoft's flagship racing simulator, and players can choose if they need help or not. Anti-lock brakes and traction control, assistance, regular and simulation control, damage to the vehicle, AI driving skills: all these options can be optimized in the Forza games according to the personal preferences of each player.

Forza is best known for its series of motorsports, with seven installments starting with the original Xbox. Forza Horizon 3 is the last installment of the series, and it takes you Australia to be the boss, responsible for the best Horizon festival to date. As an open world game, players can take their cars and move freely. As the game covers much of Australia, there are many different places to drive. From urban asphalt to deserts and trails in the jungle, Horizon 3 offers almost anything for any terrain.

When it comes to cars, Horizon has a lot. Every car is treated differently and all cars are so well modeled that even the interior of each car is like reality. If that's not enough, all cars can be upgraded with parts and reach to your performance requirements.

Whether you are an amateur or a fan of hardcore racing simulator, Forza Horizon 3 will always have something for you. Although physics in general is more forgiving than the motor sports series, the possibilities and amount of things you can do in this game are very large. If you like a racing game, you will love Horizon 3.