Playground Games has recently got an update for Forza Horizon 4. The players have kept requesting some cars to be part of the game, and developers have made their wish come true.
For those who don’t know, Forza Horizon 4 is an open-world racing video game developed by Playground Games and published by Microsoft Studios. The new update was released at the beginning of this year and has brought the four awaited new cars to the game. Now, if you are wondering what cars we are talking about, read below.
The new car additions
The impressive high-speed Lamborghini Huracan Performante 2018 was the most requested by the fans, and now they can enjoy playing with it. Another top car, Hummer H1 Alpha open-top, was added into the game, and its popularity is high!
Developers have not forgotten the old soles and added the classic 1964 Porsche 365 C Cabriolet Emory Special as well as 1985 Toyota Sprinter Trueno GT Apex into the game. I don’t know about you, but these two classic cars are my all-time favorite.
The rumor has it that more than 100 cars will make their way into the game. It looks like in the future updates, Playground Games will include more vehicles into the game, and that is exciting news for the fans!
Forza Horizon 4: Eliminator Mode
Playground Games have an update for Eliminator mode as well. The developers have added nine off-roading new cars into this mode and here’s the list:
- MINI X-Raid
- Quartz Regalia D
- Top Gear Track-Tor
- Mercedes Benz Unimog
- Funco F9
- Hummer H1 Open Top
- Isha’s Off-Road Taxi
- M12S Warthog CST
- Jeep Wrangler DD
Other Improvements and Novelties
Developers want to make sure that all players are satisfied with the new Forza Horizon 4 update. Therefore, this one is another game update is for the single-player fans. The first event lets you drive a London taxi with a V12 engine, competing against a jet plane. The second event is to please all motorbikes lovers, which features a lot of jumps.
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