Forza Horizon 3 Review: Why The Game Is Getting Boring

Forza Horizon 3 has been dubbed the best racer of all time and one of 2016's record-breaking games. Despite its honorable feat, there are some players who thought the game is getting dull and boring. Here are a few reasons why they say so.

Forza Horizon 3 - Dead End & Repetition

The biggest problem of Forza Horizon 3 is repetition. For some players, the game will be finished in a month or two. The game has five showcase events and after completing, it seems like the dead end. Apparently though, you have to wait for December before the racer's Winter expansion comes to life.

Forza Horizon 3 - Inability To Track Progress

Another severe letdown of Forza Horizon 3 is the inability of the players to track down their progress unlike Forza Motorsport. Keeping tabs of the player's development along the game should be one of Playground Games' consideration in the next update so players would know which part they have to work out.

Forza Horizon 3 - No Diversity In Garage

One of the things that triggers fans' excitement every start of the month is the new car packs. While there have been a lot of killer vehicles joining in every player's garage, diversity finds itself a problem. Forza Horizon 3 is a battleground of cars per se. However, it would definitely be a breath of fresh air if the developer injects massive trucks and motor bikes, perhaps?

Forza Horizon 3 - Off Beam Lead

This last one is not necessarily a reason to make the game boring, but more of a let-down. The GPS has been known by quite a few players to have led them in an off beam if not totally wrong direction. As a result, the terrain that the GPS might be leading the players may not be suitable to the car they have at the moment. Playground Games should remember that Forza Horizon 3 is set in the vast location of Australia where terrains are so diverse in all sorts. Even so, Forza Horizon 3 will remain to be an impressive game with a lot to improve on.

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