Xbox Live Gold members can pick up two discounts on substantial Forza DLC. With reductions for Motorsport 7 and Horizon 3, those looking to enhance their experience should have a look at what the sale has to offer.
For those worried June’s Mountain Dew Car Pack was the last you’d see of new content in Forza Horizon 3 — think again. Turn 10 has announced the Hoonigan Car Pack, which arrives next Tuesday, August 15.
As the fantastical, arcade-minded sibling of the Forza Motorsport series, Forza Horizon has received some pretty weird cars in its history. It started innocently enough, with a couple rides plucked out of The Fast and The Furious. Then Horizon 3 received Halo’s Warthog. More recently we got Hot Wheels cars, and at this point it seems all bets are off. Apparently, anything is possible in the Outback.
It’s official: Porsche has returned to the Forza series, and unlike before there are no crippling agreements in play. Turn 10 and Porsche have announced an “in-depth six-year partnership” that will include the Forza Motorsport and Forza Horizon series of games moving forward.
Whoops. After a leak back in January gave away a lot of the upcoming content for Forza Horizon 3, another hole has given us a look at upcoming content. The next car pack is set to be Porsche-themed, with a few surprises mixed in for good measure.
Today is the first Tuesday of the month. For Forza players, that typically means a new car pack. The bad news is that you shouldn’t hold your breath for one. The good news: something else is in store for the month of April.
For Forza Horizon 3 players who missed out on the snowy fun that came with the game’s first expansion back in December of last year or a few exclusive cars along with additional in-game benefits: the time has come, as both Blizzard Mountain and the VIP membership are 50% off their regular price for Xbox Live Gold users.
Earlier this month, Forza Horizon 3 saw its sixth car pack arrive, bringing an end to packs covered by the Car Pass. Within the Duracell Car Pack were two cars last seen in the Xbox 360 era: the BMW 507 and Volvo 242 Turbo Evolution.
Earlier this month, in the midst of the release of the Rockstar Car Pack for Forza Horizon 3, Turn 10 accidentally gave its PC users a whole lot more; an entire debug version of the title, exclusively saved for development purposes for the in-house team.
Oh dear. After Turn 10 accidentally unloaded a developer version of FH3 on PC players yesterday, the community has been diving deeper into the open-world racer. Yesterday, the first batch of leaks showed a handful of new cars, including some Porsches that have proven quite familiar on the XB1. Today’s discoveries, however, show something new.