Forza Horizon 4 Drift Guide - How to Drift as Beginners and How to Pick Up Best Drift Cars2019-05-21 09:20:01
Drifting is one of the most important skills in a racing game and also a great way of building influence and earning Skill Points to spend on Perks, which can grant you a Wheelspin or a score increase for a particular driving manoeuvre. So, as beginners, how to drift? And how to pick drift cars? In this guide, we'll explain all of them to you. Okay, so without further ado, let us begin!
How to dribble as new beginners in Forza Horizon 4?
So first of all you need a RWD car, pretty obvious, with a bunch of power, makes sense. Turn off Traction Control and Stability Control in the assists menu, go into free play test drive on the Test Track Airfield and do doughnuts, then start steering out of the doughnut slowly so you're going in bigger circles, try to keep a bigger circle consistent and keep going bigger
Once you're comfortable counter steering and adjusting the steering go back to the start line if you aren't there, and chuck the car into turn 1, hard. The back end should let loose, now counter steer and apply throttle. If you spin, try again and keep trying until you slide around the corner
Once you manage to slide around that corner, go try to slide around other corners. Then try linking some corners together in one long slide, now you're drifting :)
It'll take a lot of practice to get good, you'll start figuring out how much power you need and the likes too then you can start messing with tunes.
In terms of holding angle, it's all about throttle and steering input, it's something you'll learn with time.
Here's a video that shows you how to do it:
How to pick drift cars in Forza Horizon 4?
As with cars, if you're just starting out, I'd use something with relatively low power on crappy old tires. 240SX with 250 hp or so. Joymmo.com provides you Cheap Forza Horizon 4 Credits for unlocking cars. Make sure you use manual, and you'll eventually want to learn how to use the clutch as well. Remember that its better to adjust your drift with the gas pedal than with the steering wheel when possible.
I would definitely not try something fast or with a ton of mods, particularly tire mods. You can drift on full race tires with 800 hp, but everything happens faster, just starting out, I'd go with something slower. Maybe build the engine gradually and find out what level of power works best for you when you're starting out.
If you're not actually a beginner and are just looking for the easiest car, that's pretty subjective, but i do think the C63 S coupe Forza Edition that SN95Nick mentioned is a pretty good choice.