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Discussion in 'Forza Horizon 4' started by GTPNewsWire, Jun 11, 2018.
Not really spending more then with standard edition get it all cheaper for less then other editions
It still winds up being the same amount (42 total cars) but I like the weekly thing better as it’s easier to focus on a couple cars a week instead of 7 at once every month.
There's probably 80$ worth of Canadian monopoly money (so 50-60 USD) in extra content by going with the UE for only 30$ more than the regular edition. Seems like a no-brainer to me.
Trying figure out why people want spend more when get everything for less expensive better on standard edition
Trying to figure out what math you used.
I mean, constantly repeating it doesn't make it any more true.
What numbers are you using to come to that conclusion?
You seem to be missing the point, you do not get all the content on the standard game. See @-Fred- 's post above.
This is not true, we told you on the other thread that UI has a better value.
The Standard Edition is $60. The Deluxe is $80 and includes the Car Pass. Car Pass alone is $30, iirc. There's a $10 savings right there just buying the bundle.
The Ultimate Edition is $100 and includes the Car Pass, VIP, Day One car pack, & Two Expansions. The inclusion of the Car Pass ($30) & VIP ($20) already saves $10 over the standard edition. The 2 Expansion packs alone are basically free.
Standard edition less then £50 here better then other 2 & get everything less then £30 with it
I'm trying really hard here, but I don't understand what you're saying and how you're doing math.
You're going to be able to buy the Standard Edition & buy all the extras for even less than the bundles save you?
Me thinks you're lying or don't understand what you're getting.
Here in Belgium the standard edition cost 65 euro. The UE is 100 euro, so its much cheaper to get UE if you want everything.
Me thinks standard edition always been better then other 2 & obviously no one will agree with what I say but for me standard edition always been better while other 2 entice you spend more which is a rip off too me when can get everything cheaper on standard edition that's all im going say too that peace out.
There's a visual display of what each edition contains above, there is no way you seriously believe the standard edition comes with everything.
...what have I just read?
It's a bit like going to a BMW dealership, buying a 320i, and then saying that you just got a wicked good deal on an M3. You are most definitely not getting everything in the latter in the former for less money.
I can't tell if he doesn't care for the extra content, or if he just buys the extra content later when it's on sale and thinks its a better deal.
See, if your post just ended here, that'd be a valid point (for others: basically saying standard edition has always been better for *them*)
Loses it again. Yes, the standard edition, but no, it's cheaper because you don't get everything.
I saved so much money on my Challenger Hellcat by buying a 14 year old PT Cruiser.
I’ll proabbly end up getting UE again. The two expansions in FH3 were pretty great. Since the location is Britain, I think they need to not drop the ball on this opportunity for an expansion....Isle of Man anyone?
Wouldn't shock me, with the Isle Of Man Impreza Time Attack car as the hero car.
You mean the one with Gran Turismo branding all over it?
Though Assetto Corsa had a nice little joke about that, I doubt Forza would do the same.
I completely forgot about that.
Just duct tape a bunch of XBOX stuff on it and you'll be good to go.
That's what I was thinking. But I'm also wondering about an "out of the blue" expansion like the Hot Wheels expansion. How about a James Bond expansion? Not just the cars, but an actual adventure you have to solve. That could be pretty cool.
The only way I can make sense of it is if he's talking about buying the standard version at launch than getting the other stuff when they offer them up at a big discount. Of course than you're looking at waiting at least a year since they don't do the big discounts until they start the buildup for the next game. Them throwing the Expansion Pass into the Ultimate Edition may make doing even that pointless though.
Hey man, Microsoft has a direct reply to the Gran Turismo STi!
....just as soon as Toyota gets back in the Forza Series.....
And even then, some stuff might not be available anymore by that point.
Looking at that leaked DB5, I wouldn't be surprised if they're releasing a spy-themed expansion. Aren't most of the Bond cars are in the game already?
English is not my first language, so I might not get this quote. You say that everything is cheaper on the standard edition, but its not. The standard doesn't include all the extras the UE does. It's separate and has additional costs.
And from your statement if you think its a rip off to buy the UE rather than buying the standard edition and buying all those add-ons separately....I might need advanced English classes.
Also I'm getting that UE. FH3 UE was amazing, but as I said, let's hope the VIP bonus works from day one, unlike last time.