'Forza Horizon 3' Updates: New Patch Fixes Several Issues For PC Players
"Forza Horizon 3" no longer needs to be a bane for PC players because the latest patch will fix any problem that gamers experience when they play the game on their computer.
Earlier this month Gotta Be Mobile detailed the problems coming from "Forza Horizon 3." Issues like constant crashing and HDR failure are just some of the glitches that players encounter when they play with the game.
But Playground Games eventually addressed those issues and they have been constantly updating their patches to fix the problem. Now they are releasing a patch to solve the issues that PC players encounter.
According to GameSpot, Playground Games has released a new patch that will fix stability and performance issues of "Forza Horizon 3." With regards to stability, the site said that the new patch will fix a glitch involving the microphone in the game.
GameSpot said that players who use a microphone in the game but do not have a speech pack installed in their PC often encounter crashes while playing. It seems that Windows 10 is incapable of supporting the microphone without the speech pack but the new patch will fix this problem.
Another crash incident occurs whenever the players enter the Maroondah Bucket List event. Windows 10 also crashes when the players access that feature but the new patch has fixed it.
"Forza Horizon 3" crashes again when players join the Bucket List Blueprint challenges with mismatched DLC but the latest patch will fix that glitch as well. In addition to that, the patch will also fix a problem with the Loyalty Rewards. According to GameSpot, players complained that the game crashes when they are trying to gather the Loyalty Rewards while they are in a convoy.
As for the performance, the latest patch has fixed the issue concerning the Byron Bay section of the game. According to GameSpot the game stalls whenever the player enters Byron Bay but the patch has fixed this particular issue.
Another issue that the patch fixed was the photo feature for Windows 10. Players who use the photo mode on their PC have complained that the image is blurry but the patch has fixed this issue.
There are several other issues that the patch has fixed so PC players can now enjoy racing across Australia in "Forza Horizon 3."
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