Forza Horizon 4 got its world premiere during Microsoft’s E3 conference, showing off some new off-street cruising as well as street racing in the world of Forza.
Forza Horizon 4 features a big shared open world, meaning that it will be an online-only game. The game features seamless co-op, which allows players to jump into races whenever they want to. For the first time, Forza will be experiencing seasons, which affect the track as well as the world where the players are racing in – opening access to otherwise inaccessible areas in other seasons. Car customization will also play a chief role in the game.
The trailer shows off a few of the gameplay features of Forza
Finally a quick look at what’s new this year:
- The world is based on old-school Britain this time.
- Forza Horizon will take place in a shared open world.
- The seasons will happen at the same time for all the players. The season would open up new types of paths for eg. lakes which freeze over will provide new routes, while in rains the roads will be extra slippery.
- Finally, the game will also be home to a new 60 FPS mode for the Xbox Box One X.
Forza Horizon 4 will launch on Xbox One and PC on October 2, 2018.