Live Stream: LEGO Speed Champions Arrives in Forza Horizon 4

Forza Horizon 4 70 June 13, 2019 by

First it was the rumor nobody could quite believe. Then the Xbox E3 presentation revealed it was actually real. Today it arrives in Forza Horizon 4: LEGO Speed Champions is here.

Yes, from today you’ll be able to download the LEGO Speed Champions expansion pack for FH4. The pack inflates the game’s world with a new area, called LEGO Valley. This includes some regions that aren’t entirely standard Forza Horizon fare, like the UFO Crash Site and Pirate Cove, but also new roads, a new city, an airport to muck around in, and the “Super Mega Awesome Adventure Stunt Park”. Each is subject to the rest of the FH4 world’s season changes too, so you’ll get to see the bricks in winter.

There’s new challenges and even a new house which you’ll have to build to claim your Master Builder title. The expansion also adds 30 more Xbox Achievements.

So far we’ve only seen three LEGO vehicles in the expansion: the McLaren Senna, the Ferrari F40 Competizione and a 1967 Mini Cooper S rally car. LEGO Valley doesn’t limit you to just these however — it’s a full part of the FH4 world.

To mark the expansion’s release, Playground Games is staging a live stream from E3. This gets underway at 8am Pacific Time (convert to your time here), while the pack itself becomes available shortly afterwards. You can watch the stream — or catch up if you missed it — below.

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