Windows 10 players can now get a free taste of Forza Horizon 3 as Microsoft this week released a demo for the game available in the Windows Store.
Microsoft Community Manager Brian Ekberg talked up the game in a post:
“Your tour Down Under begins in classic Horizon fashion – with beautiful scenery, great driving roads, and awesome vehicles. From the moment the action begins, you are unmistakably in Australia, with all of its awe-inspiring beauty and tremendous environmental diversity.
“You’ll blast along ocean-side roads, and race on the beach alongside the famed Twelve Apostles landmarks. You’ll grab ludicrous air off of Danger Sign jumps buried deep in the Australian rainforests, and have a chance to get sideways through Drift Zones in Byron Bay.”
After completing all the events in the demo, players will be able to join other drivers online in a free-roam session of the demo’s map.
Additionally, Microsoft added HDR support to the console version of the demo, allowing Xbox One S users to play the game with an even prettier display.
Forza Horizon 3 launched September 27 for Xbox One and PC.