GTPlanet Publishes “Ultimate Guide” for Forza Horizon 4

Forza Horizon 4 2 November 10, 2020 by

GTPlanet’s Guides, our new library of comprehensive resources about our biggest topics, have grown by one, as we’re launching our new Forza Horizon 4 Guide today.

Our Guide section is intended to provide a one-stop reference for the subjects we cover. The first entry in the section was Gran Turismo 7, with a full Guide to all the details covered in the launch announcement back in June 2020. It covered all the information uncovered in that event, including car lists, track lists, and any confirmed features.

We’ve followed that since with two further Guides. The second covered Project CARS 3, a game that created significant interest on the site after its somewhat surprise reveal earlier in the year. Our third Guide was for the most recent entry in the Codemasters F1 series, F1 2020.

As Forza Horizon is one of the most popular racing series on GTPlanet, with a highly active forum, it only seemed appropriate that Forza Horizon 4 should be next in line. More than that, today also sees FH4 get its second wind, as the game relaunches on the new Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X — which also launch today.

These Guides aren’t static sources either. We continually refine and update the Guides pages as new information comes to light, and in response to feedback we receive. Of course with Playground Games updating FH4 every month with new content, this one should keep us quite busy.

We’ll be producing more Guides in the future, so stay tuned to GTPlanet for more!

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