If you've been having a little trouble running Forza Horizon 3 on your PC as of late, Microsoft are still committed to getting the racer into a properly functioning state as time goes on.
With it being one of the pioneering examples of Microsoft's 'Play Anywhere' initiative, they're actively looking to fix every issue present in the first Forza title - aside from the Free-2-Play 'Apex' - to appear on Windows 10 PCs. Whether they'll finally get to the bottom of it is a question for another time; but the latest patch should address more than a few issues.
"Performance and stability improvements continue to be a top priority" says Playground Games and Turn 10 Studios promising the issues "will also be a focus of future updates as well."
So if you're still noticing a few problematic spots after the newest patch, just hold onto the shred of hope that you'll see the issues retroactively fixed in the next update.
Some of the more notable fixes from the patch notes should help those running the costly AMD R9 Fury X GPU if they've been suffering from the occasional game crash alongside optimizations for quad and octa-core CPUs and fixes for the photo mode resulting in some blurry shots.
Head on over to the official site to get a run-through of the entire list of changes.