I have to admit it, Forza Horizon 3 has turned out to be among the best titles this year. Set in Australia, Forza Horizon 3 does everything beyond reality. With a good start off, the developers aren’t done yet with the game as the game is expected to receive monthly DLCs allowing for fresh content to arrive at the scene.
With the developers seeming enthusiastic to keep the attention of players, Ralph Fulton, Creative Director at Playground has announced some news about taking Forza Horizon to VR. he told The Sun. He said:
“We’ve got Oculus Rift and HTC Vive around the studio for our staff to use.
“We enjoy using that and we are quite excited about the future for that, but we’ve got nothing to talk about right now.”
So basically it’ll remain as a mystery if Forza Horizon 3 will get to VR. It seems like Playground is trying to get onto the gamble of VR and it makes sense for them to start thinking about VR. Here’s why.
Considering that Forza Horizon is a Microsoft game available on the Xbox One and PC and the more powerful Project Scorpio still has around a year before it hits shelves, it seems like they might want to enter the game to take on PlayStation’s DriveClub VR and be among the available VR titles available for the Scorpio at its launch, but that’s all speculation for now.