Forza Horizon 4's LEGO Speed Champions and Skips Forza Motorsport for 20192019-07-12 03:29:59
One of the best parts of Forza Horizon 3 is the expansion of Hot Wheels, which takes the player to a separate island chain, combining realistic roads with distinctly unrealistic orange tracks that have been assembled from iconic Hot Wheels tracks. This year, Forza Horizon 4 looks more better. Meanwhile, the classic Forza Motorsport is taking a year off.
Forza Horizon 4's LEGO Speed Champions expansion pack has been released, allowing players to a special LEGO-themed map with Brick Challenges, LEGO-specific cars such as the McLaren Senna, the Ferrari F40, and the 1967 Mini Cooper S Rally. There's an entire LEGO city to explore, as well as an area called the Super Mega Awesome Adventure Stunt Park. There's the whole lego city to explore and a place called the Super Mega Awesome Adventure Stunt Park. This is going to get better.
The whole pack goes for $19.99 for people buying it fresh, but if you have the Forza Horizon 4 Ultimate Edition, Expansions Bundle, or Ultimate Add-Ons Bundle, it's free. Download if you want to play.
This year, however, Forza Motorsport is not competing. Since 2010, Microsoft has been working with Playground Games for 10 years, bring us a new Forza Motorsport on the odd years and a Forza Horizon on the evens.
With the launch of a new Xbox in 2020, a new racing game seems to be the perfect accompaniment to Halo Infinite, which could make the Xbox currently known as Project Scarlett look great.