As an Xbox Play Anywhere title, Forza Motorsport 7 is available on both Xbox One and PC in a single purchase. Despite being Xbox One X enhanced, the PC should still be one of the best places to play it.
However, as one Windows Central forums member has pointed out, that isn't necessarily the case.
Forza 7 has been optimized to be playable across a wide range of PCs, but unlike the console, every machine is different. There are more variables in play when it comes to building a game for the PC, and so it's (sadly) often the case that not everyone has a great experience.
Personally, I've had no real issues with Forza 7 on the PC, but that doesn't mean there aren't people out there who are having a bad time. If you've been playing Forza 7 on the PC and have a good or bad tale to tell, hit the forums thread below and let us know!
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Forza Motorsport is one of Microsoft's biggest titles and one of the best racers around. It's a superb experience with a controller, but a good wheel will really take that experience to the next level. If you're in the market for one, these are what we recommend.