Forza Horizon 4 Smashes It Out The Park In First Official Review

With Forza Horizon 4 roughly a week away from its official release on October 2nd, fans of the series can rejoice as the open-world racing title has just aced its first review.

According to IGN, everything that went into making Forza Horizon 3 awesome is back and improved for Horizon 4, which features more cars, better graphics, better audio and even changing seasons (which look absolutely stunning), unlike its predecessor.

Over the years, the franchise has moved from Colorado to France, and then Australia during the third installment. Now, players will get to enjoy the UK and all of its seasons, as summer, fall, winter and spring have been integrated into the game, leading to different aesthetics and even changing the way your car handles.

Speaking of cars, there are over 450 of them to choose from, and once you get out on the road, you’ll be glad to see that instead of AI-controlled “Drivatars”, you will come across other real players driving around in this shared open world.

In the end, it seems as though Playground Games and Turn 10 have gone above and beyond with Forza Horizon 4. It really does look tremendous and with so many gameplay perks at your disposal, you’re likely to enjoy roaming the British landscape for hours on end.

As with every other Forza title, Horizon 4 is only available on Xbox One and Microsoft Windows.


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