As Playground Games focuses on the upcoming Forza Horizon 5 successor to the 2018 game, Forza Horizon 4 will no longer receive fresh content on cars and features.
Forza Horizon 4 is one of the most popular cross-platform racing games for PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series S/X, and Microsoft startled many gamers when it stated at E3 2021 that it was working on Forza Horizon 5. Because the firm is working on a new edition of the game, it’s finally time to put Forza Horizon 4 on hold.
According to GameSpot, Playground Games declared during its Forza Monthly livestream for the previous month that no new features or vehicles will be coming to Forza Horizon as the business switched its focus to the next edition of the game. It’s worth noting that since the game’s release in 2018, the company has offered consumers with years of support.
According to the source, now that new development on Forza Horizon 4 has halted, the company will no longer add new vehicles to the game, and any seasonal upgrades will incorporate remixed content from previous seasons. This means that with Forza Horizon 4’s series update 38, everything from series 7 to 32 will be remixed and made available to older players. According to Tom Butcher, the game’s senior producer, players will be able to access older material with updated features.
Forza Horizon is set to launch in November on PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S consoles, with PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S consoles anticipated to be supported. According to the business, the game will run at 4K/30FPS on the Xbox Series X and at 1080p/60FPS on the Xbox Series S. Pre-orders for the game have already begun. However, given the recent failure of Cyberpunk 2077, many gamers will likely wait to see how the game performs once it is out before making a purchase.