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Discussion in 'Forza Horizon 4' started by TheOE, Jun 23, 2018.
AR12 just released a video about it, didn't watch it thought so i don't know if he reveals the list.
THE Unimog????? I can’t believe this
I have a feeling it's a traffic car...but if it isn't...
That, the Iron Knight, and the Mercedes big rig might mean we get some big toys to play with.
Traffic cars have "_Traffic" on their name, such as the 2009 Fiesta and the Bora VR6. The reason I included the FX4's traffic variant in that list is because only the playable version was listed so far.
Then let me be the first to say it:
Am I seeing that the XTS Limo is gonna be making it's Horizon debut?? Hoooo boi!
But no Wagoneer?
Y tho PG?
Um...WHAT?! Really, the Type D in an open world racing game. God, that sounds absolutely nuts!
Also, I want to repeat myself about this:
The 1964 GT40 was listed as a barnfind, but the 1966 GT40 was listed as part of the main car list. If the 1964 GT40 isn't a typo, that means they're possibly adding this:
It was one of the original prototypes that Ford attempted, but the car failed.
Mh. I think it's more likely it may be one of the earliest Shelby-developed cars, with the nose design more commonly associated with the GT40.
Absolutely gargantuan, if true.
No 02 Camaro or Bird again...sigh
New Dodge Dart remains unattainable...sigh
Any Eclipse past 1995....sigh
The random cars add so much more than extra 600+hp supercars or 1000hp hypercars.
Are you able to find the music soundtrack list files?
Has anyone been able to take a look at the sound files?
Do we have any more or new engine samples compared to FH3?
This is the discussion thread for a recent post on GTPlanet:
This article was published by Joe Donaldson (@Joey D) on June 23rd, 2018 in the Forza Horizon 4 category.
YES! E60 M5
Ha ha ha... HAHAHAHA HA! MUAH HAH HAHA HA HAHA HAH! I WILL BE UNSTOPPABLE!
Where's the GMC Syclone?
So this is another fun one. The nicer sounding cars in FH3 such as the Audi RS3, Fiesta XR2, Merc A45, Lambo V12s and so on used what they called Granular Synth. Those sounds are returning in FH4 and I assume will be used where applicable, like using the RS3's sound on the 2010 TTRS.
Because the zip files for these recordings are loose files, I can look at which cars they recorded. Just bear in mind that as sounds can be used on multiple cars, the names of the files don't necessarily relate to a car in the game (for example, FH3 had a recording of a Vauxhall VXR8 for some V8s but the car wasn't in the game).
The format of the names is enginelayout_car_source, where source is engine, exhaust, interior, intake, etc. Each source is a separate file for the same engine, so F6NM_GT3_14_Eng, F6NM_GT3_14_Exh, etc. I've ommitted these for readability, so these are just enginelayout_car. I'm not sure what the letters after the layout (such as I4NC and F6NM) mean, I assume they relate to the aspiration but there are quite a few variations.
Anyway, these are the recordings from FH4's files:
F6NM_GT3_14 - new to FH4, guessing from a new GT3 to be used on the newer 911s
F6NM_GT3 - new to FH4, I assume from a slightly older GT3 to be used on whatever the _14 doesn't fit
I4NC_Classic - was in FH3 where it was used on the Fiesta XR2 and similar sounding cars
I4NC_Fiesta - new to FH4, this one is confusing as the old Fiesta used the Classic recording, so maybe it's a different Fiesta or they've changed Classic to where it doesn't suit the XR2
I4NM_Redtop - was in FH3, unsure what it was used on, possibly the buggies
I4NV_Bentley_Speedster_1938 - new to FH4, self explanatory
I4TM_A45AMG - was in FH3, used on the A45 and Mini JCW
I4TM_RallyEvo - was in FH3, used on the Focus RS RX and anything that shared its sound
I5TM_RS3 - was in FH3, used on the Audi RS3 and Donkervoort
I6NC_BMWE36 - new to FH4, I'm guessing this will be a more suitable straight 6 sound that the BMWs have been lacking
I6TM_Diesel - new to FH4, unsure what will use it, maybe the Unimog?
I6TM_SkylineR33GTR - was in FH3, this was the annoying one shared between the BMW M4, Skyline R34, non-HE Toyota Supra, etc which didn't suit them
I6TM_Supra - was in FH3, not sure what used it as it only has Engine and Intake recordings and the Supra used the one above
V6TM_GTR - was in FH3, used on Nissan GTRs
V8NC_Mustaro - was in FH3, seems to only have been used on a Chevy Trophy Truck
V8NM_C63AMG_v3 - was in FH3, used on modern V8 Mercs such as the C63, E63, and AMG GT models
V8NM_Cayenne - was in FH3, used on the Lamborghini Urus
V8NM_Munaro - was in FH3, despite the mis-spelled name, was used on the 1995 and 2000 Mustangs, Chevy SS/Commodore, etc
V8NM_SVTRaptor - was in FH3, was incorrectly used on the 2017 Ecoboost Raptor and some others
V8NM_VXR8 - was in FH3, weirdly only used on the pre-order GT350R and not the normal one, blended with the C63AMG sounds
V8TM_C63SAMG - was in FH3, weirdly only used on the pre-order C63S, non-present Audi RS7, and blended with the Cayenne sounds on the Urus
V8TTM_McLaren720S - new to FH4, self explanatory
V8TTM_McLarenSenna - new to FH4, self explanatory
V10NM_Gallardo - was in FH3, used on the Audi R8s and Gallardos
V10NM_M6E64 - was in FH3, mis-named as the E64, weirdly only used on the non-HE Huracan and pre-order R8 where it's blended with the Gallardo sounds
V10NM_Viper - new to FH4, self explanatory
V12NM_Aventador - was in FH3, people hated this one as it was the infamous V12 swap's sound
V12NM_Ferrari - new to FH4, self explanatory
W16TM_Bugatti_Veyron - new to FH4, will likely be shared on the Veyron and Chiron, this one will be interesting to hear the improvement
The Granular Synth sounds were only used on something like 20-40 cars in FH3 and some of them were used on the wrong cars, but they were way, way higher quality and detail than the rest of the cars, which used the typical Forza audio. Seeing that they're expanding the list of recordings, and likely applying the existing ones to more cars, should see a big improvement in overall audio.
Hell of a long list and an awful lot of text, but it should answer every question someone might have about the audio, what's new, and how FH3's cars used the same system.
Which only means the hordes of small YouTubers will pick up the story and get a good view count from it.
Once the cat is out of the bag there is no way it’s going back in.
One car I forgot to mention in the updated files that hasn't been discussed: FOR_MSportFiesta_17. This isn't the GRC Fiesta we've seen as that's listed as FOR_14_FiestaGRC_17.
The curious part is that I can't really figure out what it's going to be, as searching "M Sport Fiesta" yields this:
Which is sort of like a road-legal R2 rally car based on the outgoing model.
But searching "2017 Ford Fiesta M Sport" brings this:
Which is the newest generation and more of a full-fledged rally model.
So I'm not actually sure which one it is, but one of those cars is in the game.
It's not the full list, obviously, so I wouldn't discount those cars yet.
Nice. Thanks for the detailed break down.
No Lykan HyperSport?
I expected Fenyr SuperSport even.
Spoilered above is all of the cut stuff from FH3/FM7, as well as some quick analysis of the leaked list.
@willbsn13 ^ That's a pretty long embed, might be a good idea to wrap in a spoiler.
Yup sorry just spoilered. Did you find any more manufacturers in the FH4 files? We're only at 87 from the leaked list so far, still 13 to go.
There are several cars missing from both FH3 and FM7 that I will miss, but on the other hand I am happy to see VW is back for real.
Nothing yet, but considering each build has some cars that the other doesn't, I'm willing to bet that actually neither is fully complete. All I can think of right now is that Ascari might end up being present thanks to the leaked KZ1R, but as for the other 12 I'm not sure.
Man, no Wagoneer and no 1990 Miata. I'm still super-excited, but hopefully the Wagoneer is still in.
Looking through that analysis, these 14 conspicuously missing manufacturers could most likely make up the rest of the "100+ manufacturers". They're either DLCs from FH3 or FM7, or would be easy list padding with only one or two models under their name.
Then there's the Chrysler Eagle marque with the Eagle Talon. Though with the Eagle Speedster in the game, I doubt PG would be allowed to feature two very different manufacturers under ostensibly the same name.
It also seems really strange that while the McLaren P1 GTR once again doesn't make the jump across to Horizon, considering the focus on British cars, the Cadillac limo sees its Horizon debut here...
If this list turns out to be final, then they've made some profoundly dumb decisions.