Forza Horizon 3 is one of the Xbox One’s best-selling titles, and with good reason. It’s combination of replayability, stunning graphics, huge selection of cars and accessible yet challenging gameplay has made it extraordinarily popular.
Forza Horizon 4 picks up where its predecessor left off, with a massive choice of both modern and classic cars and a wide range of events for you to partake in. Whether you like racing on twisting city streets, drifting around farmland or pulling off daring stunts, Forza Horizon 4 has plenty to keep you coming back for more.
Not only does Horizon 4 introduce new cars and even better graphics, but it shifts location from the sun-kissed beaches of Australia to the UK, taking in all the diversity that England, Scotland and Wales have to offer, from cities to rural towns to countryside.
Not only that, but it introduces completely dynamic seasons. This means all players will experience the same weather conditions – from damp spring to snowy winter – at the same time, and means that no two races will ever play out in quite the same manner.
What’s new in Forza Horizon 4?
Four games in and it’d be safe to say that developer Playground Games has excelled itself once again, delivering petrol heads more cars, challenges and tracks than they potential know what to do is. Forza Horizon 3’s Australian landscapes have been replaced with rainy Britain. Except, thanks to Forza Horizon 4’s shifting seasons, it doesn’t always have to be. Want to know if Forza Horizon’s latest will likely rev your engine? Let’s look under the hood and find out.