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First patch for Forza Motorsport 7 released, packs various fixes and enhances benchmark tool

Microsoft and Turn10 have just released the first patch for Forza Motorsport 7. This patch enhances the benchmark tool so it can display the correct minimum FPS, and improves framerate in loading with G-Sync enabled.

Furthermore, this patch fixes numerous livery-related issues, including some liveries applying as paint colors only, liveries not appearing in multiplayer, and game lock-ups when cancelling liveries, as well as an issue where vinyls would not appear in the vinyl editor for players who were creating vinyl groups with HDR enabled.

This patch will be auto-downloaded from the Windows Store next time you launch the game, and you can read its complete changelog below.

Forza Motorsport 7 October 3 Patch Notes:

  • Fixed numerous livery-related issues, including some liveries applying as paint colors only, liveries not appearing in multiplayer, and game lock-ups when cancelling liveries.
  • Fixed an issue where vinyls would not appear in the vinyl editor for players who were creating vinyl groups with HDR enabled.
  • Arabic text is no longer reversed in game menus
  • Default profile slider settings for wheel users are no longer maxed out
  • Benchmark mode on PC now displays the correct minimum FPS
  • Framerate now improved in loading with G-Sync enabled.

Microsoft has already sent us a review code for Forza Motorsport 7 so stay tuned for our PC Performance Analysis!

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