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Discussion in 'Forza Horizon 4' started by mustafur, Jun 6, 2019.
Sweet! LEGO! And in 4 days?! Awesome!
Mixed real and LEGO cars!
Also: I actually friggin' called it!
It looks like it will at least be worth a shot.
Was that Rocket Racer?
Didn't really show enough to differentiate away from it being FH3 Hot Wheels but with Lego.
Kind of a let down to be honest.
I feel so disappointed and I don't even really know why.
I guess I just expected something completely different.
And I hate how real life cars look on the LEGO tracks in a race with LEGO cars.
Well... It put a massive smile on my face!
EVERYTHING IS AWESOME
God help us
I am so down with this. I saw the Senna, F40, and Mini Cooper but I am.not sure what else may or may not be new or returning. Guess we'll find out soon.
You mean to tell me you never raced Hot Wheels on the LEGO city road pieces?
This looks absolutely awful. Very disappointed with this, definitely not going to buy the season pass or ultimate edition next time.
I'm trying to skim through as much as I can, but I don't see anything.
Yeah... I was hoping for more terrain or roads to race on. That's... Interesting I guess?
I'll wait for more details, on included cars for example, before making a judgment, but it looks like a less interesting version of the Hotwheel expansion...
Well I'm satisfied, this looks AWESOME!!!! Pun not intended. I don't about everybody else but I'm going to enjoy this expansion. Plus I never held any high expectations so this to me looks good enough and fun.
Thank you PG!
Since it's a separate world, it's of no consequence to my enjoyment. That being said, what most disappoints me is that resources that could have brought extra cars in an extra pack were instead used for modelling ugly, awfully limited versions of cars.
The Mini and Ferrari look nice... The Senna is savage though.
I have to admit - the trailer certainly is spirited.
>hear rumors of the next FH4 expansion being Lego-themed
>some ain't gonna like this
>expansion is indeed Lego-themed
>me reading the comments
My dream of FH as the new Test Drive is dead. Nothing against Lego, it's 100% my childhood with K'nex and Meccano. At the end, maybe the expansion will be fun but I don't expect this from FH and I slightly regret my 100 euros...
Well, I'm really disappointed. Mainly because it's what I was thinking up in my head on what they would do for a Lego Expansion. They added a new world of Lego adding blocky versions of cars already in the game. I like arcade games, but when they're in their own separate worlds. As in, if it's going to be a Lego game, I rather it was just Lego cars without the regular cars. The crossing over real cars with lego cars thing doesn't appeal to me.
Honestly, I wanted an expansion to another land with new races plus some new "real-world" cars. Yes, there's plenty already in FH4, but there could always be more.
I haven't myself, I was always racing hotwheels on my HW playsets or my Daytona floor mat.
I'm seriously wondering for those that aren't sold on this - from the hints and rumors that came out before this, what would have you been happy with, legitimately? Because I really do have the feeling that no matter what Playground came out with - LEGO or not - there'd be a subsection of people that were audibly not impressed or displeased. how much of that is based on what Playground has done to the game in the past few months, I don't know.
Again - I'm holding my own reservations until the press release outlining what's coming, but from the trailer, it certainly looks spirited and fun. Whether it actually is fun...I guess we'll see.
The Discord sure is blowing up
One simple word and answer: Yes
We don't even *know* what's coming in the expansion other then what was shown. So frankly, save the 'should have put the resources to real cars' argument away until we know.
The overreactions are great.
Nice scenery and roads. Maybe based in the mountains or super hilly area.
From the trailer a lot of it looks like they took the most boring parts of the map and added Lego buildings to it.
The only thing I'm interested in is that it looks like they added a track.
We Officially have the most realistic Lego Racing Ever created.
I have very mixed feelings about this. On one end it looks very very silly and doesn't seem to be an idea that I'm not hearing many ask for as an expansion, but at the same time, the trailer has a lot of energy and enthusiasm and it's something definitely out of the ordinary. It could be like the Hot Wheels Expansion for Horizon 3 which was universally praised. Me personally I would've love a more city-esque expansion with London or so, but I will definitely keep an open mind on this.