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'Forza Horizon 3' News: Avoid Getting Your Saved Games Corrupted From Latest Update; Rockstar Car Pack Now Available! [VIDEO]

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Fans and avid gamers alike ought to be wary with updating their "Forza Horizon 3" game as reports have shown that the latest patch has caused a few problems for most players since its release. However, fans can check the latest list of cars being unveiled with the Rockstar Car Pack that just got rolled out for the game, according to sources.

It was recently reported that the acclaimed open world racing video game "Forza Horizon 3" has recently caused some players a bit of trouble with its latest update, Gamespot has learned. It was stated that there was a reported issue with the latest patch where players experienced their saved games suddenly becoming corrupted.

According to Playground Games, the developer behind the long-running franchise "Forza Horizon 3," they have been tracking the issue since the latest update was released. As such, players would encounter a problem where they are asked to re-download the whole game, which stands at a whopping 50 GB of storage.

The source went on to indicate that this would pose as a problem to some players who are restricted in accessing their internet, those with data caps, or others who simply just have slow download speeds. But the developers have already addressed this issue and have advised players to be wary with the latest update for "Forza Horizon 3."

The developers of "Forza Horizon 3" went on to state that PC players who were able to finish re-downloading the game to a .37.2 version should not start a new game since it will result with having their previous saved files getting corrupted. Instead, players of "Forza Horizon 3" are advised to play on the .35.2 version of the game to avoid this problem.

In other news, fans can check out the new "Forza Horizon 3" Rockstar Car Pack, which is already available, iDigital Times reported. This will be free for all FH3 Car Pass holders and to owners of the Ultimate Edition version of the game. For the others, it is already available for purchase at the Microsoft Store for 6.99 US dollars.

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