In the build up to Forza Motorsport 6: Apex making its PC debut in 2016 Windows have released a nice behind the scenes preview video with developers Turn 10 Studios showing some interesting footage from the team as they bring the mega successful Forza franchise to PC for the first time. Known as arguably the premium racing title for Microsoft's flagship gaming console earlier this year Turn 10 Studios confirmed the intention to dip their toe into the PC gaming marketplace with plans to release a slimed down version of the title free to users of the Windows 10 platform. Forza Motorsport 6: Apex is due to feature 63 cars and 6 circuits across 20 variations in what many consider more a glorified tech demo as the studio find its way in the PC racing scene. Perhaps the most interesting piece of information is the confirmation from Dan Greenawalt during the video that all future Forza releases will be available on both Xbox and Windows 10, confirming an item previous considered a given but not officially stated by the studio. Forza Motorsport has been a huge success story on Xbox and the move to join the PC racing ranks is a brave one by the American developers. With many 'hard core' sims available for users to purchase it is yet to be seen how appealing the more arcade orientated Forza series of games will be to the PC racing masses. Whatever side of the Sim/Arcade fence you sit it is still positive news to see another big budget proven studio bringing content to the PC marketplace. With a release date slated for spring time Turn 10 and Windows are slowly ramping up publicity around the game as we racers wait with baited breath to see how the title fairs on PC racing machines. The new behind the scenes video is an interesting watch and despite the fairly obvious promotion of the merits of the Windows 10 Universal Platform and should provide some brief entertainment for those looking forward to the new release. Check out our RaceDepartment Forza Motorsport Forum for all the latest news and discussion around the racing franchise. Are you excited about the debut of Forza on PC? Do you think it will be a contender in the hyper competitive PC racing game marketplace? Let us know in the comments below!