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Title: That wasn't the only car left
Description: That wasn't the only car left from Forza Motorsport 7 and not returning this season for Forza Horizon 4. The Forza Horizon 4 Credits 1969 2000GT, the Supra GT, the Celica GT-Four, and also the 2013 GT86 were also victims of this absence of licensing. Forza Horizon 4 can be missing Lexus (which can be related to Toyota), Tesla, and Baldwin Motors vehicles due to licensing reasons. Microsoft, Turn 10 Studios, and Playground Games need to license cars per game--unless they have a long time deal, like with Ferrari--and this also account for the changing list of automobiles available for each entry. In certain cases, licensing some of these old cars for games does not really benefit the manufacturer, hence the loss. I also would not be shocked if the manufacturers were raising the licensing expenses, placing Flip 10 and Playground at a rough spot. Regardless, it's a solid car list, even if it's way under the 700 cars available in Forza Motorsport 7. I'll find a substitute, but I will miss that feel of tuning my Trueno, placing on some eurobeat, and drifting around corners in a new exotic locale. 'Forza Horizon 3' Has State-Of-The-Art Visuals On The Xbox One X When Forza Horizon 3 developer Playground Games first install the Xbox One version of their game in their brand new Xbox One X dev kit, they found they were left with 75% fresh GPU time. They were surprised there was that much headroom. They then rendered the match at a complete native 4K resolution (3840 x 2160) and found they had 25% spare GPU time to work with. They were faced with a tasty problem. What could they do for this extra processing power? Playground chose to go all-in on graphics and created what Digital Foundry calls"a genuine visual showcase for the 1 X". Forza Horizon 3 is left at 4K without any compromises. No checkerboarding, no lively resolution scalingnothing. The result is a level of detail and sharpness that is viewed on another console and seldom viewed on the One X. (If a few technical terms are unknown, check out this guide.)