With today’s digital release of ‘Ford v Ferrari’, it seems Microsoft has a little incentive up its sleeve. To celebrate the occasion, those that purchase the film on Microsoft Movies & TV will receive the 1968 Ford Mustang 2+2 Fastback Coupe. Not a real one, of course, rather a digital one for use in Forza Horizon 4.
Playground Games just wrapped a live stream earlier today on Forza Horizon 4. In it, players got a look at the next set of updates, dubbed Series 8, which arrive with this week’s upcoming seasonal change.
The weather has mercifully warmed up in Forza Horizon 4 this week. Spring has sprung once again, bringing with it the usual smattering of seasonal events, plus a pair of cars for Car Pass owners to add to their garage.
The action never ends in Forza Horizon 4. Last week saw the arrival of the Fortune Island expansion, and it’s been a blast thus far. Now that everything has had time to settle, the weekly seasonal change has come around.
It’s a busy time for players in Forza Horizon 4. Along with the arrival of the Fortune Island expansion and a new content update, Spring has returned to the UK as well. The new season brings more new content and more new challenges for players to try.
Two brand-new vehicles have arrived at the Horizon Festival this week. While the temperatures may have dropped, that doesn’t mean all the fun goes with it. This week’s pairing is an eclectic one, to say the least.
The latest pair of cars has arrived for players of Forza Horizon 4. The newest duo both come from Vauxhall, one of the most popular brands in Britain. Both cars make their first appearances in a Forza game since Forza Motorsport 4.