Groove Brings Music to Forza Horizon 3 Drive; Forge Toolset Windows 10 PCs

With Groove Music Pass, you can drive to the music you choose in Forza Horizon 3. Halo 5: Forge bundle brings Forge toolset to Windows 10 PCs.

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Now while you drive the "Forza Horizon 3", you can choose music with a Groove Music Pass on Xbox One or PC.

"The original soundtrack features a broader musical selection than any previous "Horizon" game before with nearly 150 songs across eight, in-game radio stations," writes Brian Ekberg, Community Manager, Turn 10 Studios.

In addition, Forza Horizon 3 will feature even more in-game radio stations than the previous episodes. "several new stations add new and classic hits from genres across hip hop, indie rock, punk/metal and classical music," Ekberg writes adding, "For instance, Van Pierszalowski from WATERS hosts an eclectic selection from artists including The 1975, White Lies and blink-182," he said.

Interested, you can try Groove for free for 14–days, apply here.

And, you can check out the Forza Horizon 3 music stations and full track list here.

Forza Horizon 3 adds Groove Music Pass on Xbox One an PC

In other Xbox news, With "Halo 5: Forge" bundle now available for free, the Forge toolset has also released to Windows 10 PC.

"All content created with "Halo 5: Forge" on Windows 10 PCs will be shared with the Xbox One community and vice versa," Microsoft stated. "Creators will be able to build, shape and play their content on either platform through their file share."

The precision, speed and control available on PC using keyboard and mouse will make it easier than ever for creators to bring their "Halo" vision to life.

Get "Halo 5: Forge Bundle" for free here.

In the latest installement of UWP app development series that was kicked off last week during the "App Dev on Xbox" event.

The post focus on a specific topic around how to take your app and tailor it for the TV and Xbox in order to delight your users.

When a app is built with the Anniversary Update SDK it "just work" on Xbox and users can download it from the store as they would on the desktop and phone, explains the dev team. Even if you’ve not tested your app on Xbox, "the experience in most cases is acceptable," the said. Yet, acceptable isn’t always enough and "as developers we want our apps to have the best experience possible or the premium experience." In that spirit, "let’s cover seven (7) things to consider when adapting your app for the TV premium experience," added dev team.

You can checkout out the full article here, app source on official GitHub page.

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