Microsoft today confirmed the release of Forza Motorsport 7 to Windows along with the Xbox One family. The demonstration version of the game has been made available for early access and consumers are now able to purchase and get full access to all cars and tracks.

Microsoft has launched three editions of the game:

Standard Edition (Rs 3,999) — In this edition players can amass over 700 Forzavista cars including the largest assortment of Ferraris, Porsches, and Lamborghinis in any racing game. With over 30 world-famous environments and paths featuring dynamic weather and race conditions that change every time you return to the trail, no two races are exactly the same.
Deluxe Edition (Rs 5,049) — Deluxe Edition includes the full version of the sport, VIP membership, and both the Hoonigan and Fate of the Furious car packs.
Ultimate Edition (Rs 6,699) — This edition is for the Forza fan wanting it all. In addition to the content in the Deluxe Edition, Ultimate Edition owners will have access to this “Forza Motorsport 7” Car Pass.
Forza Motorsport 7 will soon be available on Xbox One X as well as it starts on 7 November worldwide. That should definitely appear impressive considering native 4K support at 60fps and HDR.

Brian Ekberg, Forza Community Manager said, “We’d like to thank everybody who has experienced the game already by downloading the free “Forza Motorsport 7” demonstration, being a part of this Historical Access period, or joining us in our launch and preview occasions this past weekend. We are thrilled to hear such positive feedback up to now, with IGN calling the game “drop-dead gorgeous” and GamesRadar+ noting that it “blows everything else out of the water.” As the community develops, we look forward to hearing exactly what even more gamers think