Forza Horizon 3: January car pack update breaks the PC version of the game, leaks new cars
5 Jan 2017   News, PC, Xbox One Share

Forza Horizon 3: January car pack update breaks the PC version of the game, leaks new cars


Whoops, times two.

The PC version of Forza Horizon 3 has made a mess of the game on Windows PC.

The game’s January update was recently released, and clocked in at 53GB. Essentially, it was a re-download of the entire game, and sadly, those who created a game save in it will find it won’t work in future updates or on Xbox One via Xbox Play Anywhere.

“PC players who have the FH3 version ending with .37.2 should immediately uninstall that version of the game, then re-install,” developer Playground advised. “The correct playable version should end in .35.2.”

The update also contained information regarding future DLC updates for Forza Horizon 3. Here are cars you should expect in the future:

  • 356 A – ’56
  • 550 A Spyder – ’56
  • 911 GT2 – ’12
  • 911 GT3RS – ’12
  • 911 Turbo – ’82
  • 911 Turbo S – ’14
  • 918 Spyder – ’14
  • 944 Turbo – ’89
  • 959 – ’87
  • 996 GT3 – ’04
  • Carrera GT – ’03
  • Cayenne – ’12
  • Cayman GTS – ’15
  • Mecan Turbo – ’15

Forza Horizon 3 is available on Windows PC and Xbox One. Normally, the title supports cross-saves.

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