Next Forza Monthly Show Scheduled for February 4

Forza Series 22 February 1, 2019 by

We’re now into February, and that means more content is coming soon for both Forza Motorsport 7 and Horizon 4. Turn 10 has just locked in the next Forza Monthly episode, which will give us our first look at what’s incoming.

The show will kick off Monday at 1100 PST (1900 UTC). The crew is remaining tight-lipped on the specifics, only confirming that there will be “sneak peeks of upcoming feature updates” on both titles.

Unlike previous months, even the image isn’t revealing anything new. It features the Ferrari GTC4Lusso, a car that recently appeared in Forza Horizon 4. It does appear to be on a track instead of the open roads of Britain, given the catch fence behind it, however. Perhaps there’s some cross-pollination between the franchises in the works? We’d certainly appreciate last episode’s star car, the 992-generation 911, on the tracks of FM7.

For Turn 10’s track-based racer, we’re hoping for more information on the Race Regulations system. What Chris Esaki and his team have showed in the past is promising, and his absence in last month’s show was notable. If a new season of Forza RC is coming, the new system needs to be in place.

As for Horizon 4, we’re nearing the end of the Car Pass. Last month featured a variety of rides, with the final two arriving next Thursday. The game has been a juggernaut in terms of player count, surpassing 7 million in less than four months. It will be interesting to see what Playground Games does in terms of post-launch support once the Car Pass is done. To note, there is one more expansion incoming to follow-up December’s Fortune Island.

The Forza Monthly episode will air on the official Twitch and Mixer channels at 1900 UTC on February 4.

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