A little over 2 years later, one of the best arcade-like racing games is finally coming to Steam on March 9th. While previously being only available on just the Microsoft Store for PC players, now more players can jump into the incredibly
dreary and dull gorgeous greens, lush autumns, and bright-white tundra of Great Britain. Forza Horizon 4 has had the pleasantries of having post-launch support for much longer than its predecessors and it looks like this platform port might be a part of more content to come.
You can swing on over to the Steam page for Forza Horizon 4 right here. Do note that like Sea of Thieves and Microsoft Flight Simulator, you will need to have a Windows 10 PC to be able to even run the game (and of course, a decent set of computer specs at that).
The Steam and non-Universal Windows Platform version of Forza Horizon 4 seems to be in development at Sumo Digital, as they’ve been tweeting about this release too. The retail price for the Steam version hasn’t been announced yet. Currently the game hasn’t seen a pricecut in the Microsoft Store, still selling for full price.