Playground Games has announced the final wave of Forza Horizon 4 updates before shifting its focus to Horizon 5.
Forza Horizon 5 is on the horizon (pardon the pun), and fans are giddy with anticipation after seeing the trailer. The new game transports us to Mexico, along with some of the world’s most iconic and desired automobiles. Because the launch is still a long way off, Forza Horizon 4 remains the only option to get your fix of Forza action, and the devs want to give it a befitting send-bye.
Senior Producer Tom Butcher highlighted what the team plans to do with Horizon 4 in the coming months on the latest episode of Forza Monthly. The next Series 38 update will not add any new content to the game, but it will allow players to go back and revisit all of the stuff from Series 7 to Series 32.
A new update for Forza Horizon 4 Series 38 is on the way.
“We’ve made some changes to Forza Horizon 4’s monthly series update because Forza Horizon 5’s release is our priority over the next several months,” Butcher stated. “As a result, beginning with Series update 38, players who are familiar with the game will notice the restoration of material from Series 7 to 32. Consider it a mixtape with the return of some of your favorite content and the addition of some new features,” Tom explains.
Forza Horizon 4 (representative image)
Series 38 will not include any new cars or features, as previously stated. In fact, in the coming months, the studio has no plans to add new cars or features. The game will receive upgrades in the future, but simply to maintain the “enjoy experience.” Horizon 4 will receive more of a maintenance update as it continues to sell alongside Horizon 5.
“Revisiting these experiences and seeing how you handle them the second time around should be a lot of pleasure for you. Photo challenges, incentives, the Forzathon Shop, and backstage voting will all be available as usual, thanks to all of our latest Series updates,” Butcher says.
In the Steam Summer Sale, Forza Horizon 4 is presently available with a significant discount, retailing for Rs 649. On PC and Xbox consoles, Game Pass subscribers can continue to enjoy the Standard Edition for free. On November 9, 2021, Forza Horizon 5 will be released to the general audience.