Forza Horizon 4 Patch Fixes Xbox One X Stutters, Improves PC Performance

Performance improvements, along with fixes for different racing wheels have arrived.

Posted By | On 02nd, Oct. 2018 Under News


Forza Horizon 4

A new patch is available for Playground Games’ Forza Horizon 4 following its release on Xbox One and PC. Along with performance and stability improvements, the patch also addresses specific issues for Xbox One X and PC users.

For instance, stutters encountered on Xbox One X while free roaming have been addressed. The stalls and frame rate drops seen in Initial Drive on PC have also been fixed. Another issue with AMD GPUs where switching to MSAA settings would cause environmental corruption if the game wasn’t restarted has also thankfully been fixed. Nvidia RTX 2070, 2080, and 2080 Ti users can also look for the visual presets that have been added.

The full patch notes can be seen below. Forza Horizon 4 is also available for Xbox Game Pass, which offers a 14-day free trial to first time subscribers. To learn more about this, head here. In the meantime, you can read GamingBolt’s official review to see if it’s worth playing (spoilers: It is).

Current Release Notes:

All Platforms

  • General stability and performance improvements.
  • Ultimate VIP Crown flair fixed.

Xbox

Stutters on Xbox One X while free roaming.

PC

  • Fixed issue when changing MSAA from 2x to 4x resulted in improper tree LOD rendering/popping until game restarted.
  • Fixed stalls and large FPS drops during Initial Drive. Affected machines where the player had insufficient RAM for their quality settings.
  • Fixed AMD GPU issue where switching MSAA settings without restarting resulted in black corruption on the environment.
  • Environment streaming improvements for min spec machines.
  • Added visual presets for Nvidia RTX 2070, 2080 and 2080Ti.
  • Fanatec CSL Wheel – fix for handbrake stuck on.
  • Wheel Force Feedback improvements.

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