Forza Horizon 4 Standard Edition – Xbox One
- Seasons change everything. For the first time in the racing and driving genre, experience dynamic seasons in a shared open-world. Explore beautiful scenery, collect over 450 cars, and become a Horizon Superstar in historic Britain. (Some cars provided by online update.
- Britain like you’ve never seen it. Discover lakes, valleys, castles, and breathtaking scenery all in spectacular native 4K and HDR on Xbox One X and Windows 10.
- Master driving in all seasons. Explore a changing world through dry, wet, muddy, snowy, and icy conditions.
- New content every week. Every week, a new season change brings new themed content, gameplay, challenges, and rewards.
- Go it alone or team up. Play solo or cooperatively. Join team multiplayer for casual fun or ranked teams to take on the best in the world. Xbox live gold (sold separately) required for online multiplayer on Xbox consoles.
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4 CHANGES EVERYTHING. Dynamic seasons change everything at the world’s greatest automotive festival. Go it alone or team up with others to explore beautiful and historic Britain in a shared open world. Collect, modify and drive over 450 cars. Race, stunt, create and explore – choose your own path to become a Horizon Superstar.
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Explore Beautiful, Historic Britain.
Discover lakes, valleys, castles and breathtaking scenery in stunning HDR and native 4K on Xbox One X and Windows 10. This is Britain like you’ve never seen it.
Seasons Change Everything.
Master driving in dry, wet, muddy, snowy and icy conditions in a shared world where everyone experiences changes in time of day, weather, and seasons together.
Collect, Modify and Drive over 450 cars.
Enjoy the largest and most diverse Horizon car roster yet, including over 100 licensed manufacturers.
Race. Stunt. Create. Explore.
In the new open-ended campaign, everything you do progresses your game. Choose your path to become a Horizon Superstar.
Go it Alone or Team Up.
Play solo or cooperatively. Join Team multiplayer for casual fun or Ranked Teams to take on the best in the world.
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However the games top tier cars, the ones a lot of people want like the top end Lamborghini's, the Koenigsegg's, Bugatti's, etc cost north of 2mm a car. It'll take you all game to be able to afford those cars. Yes, you may win some extra cash with wheelspins, but this is really where the game falls flat. Most of the time, north of 80% of the time, you're winning pointless things that have nothing to do with the game and will have zero impact on your experience like emotes, yoga pants, or simply dreadful cars. Other times you may win 2000 credits, but that's few and far in between. Even more few and far in between is the winning of more than 50k. Maybe you can just sell the cars, nope. You have auction off cars to other players of the game (who don't want a Ford focus), so you're basically stuck with a garage full of garbage cars with no value. So it's painfully clear that if you want a K 1 to 1 and Chiron, you'll need to buy the car pack, which I think is 3 bucks for one or 30 bucks for like 40 or something. There are also, only a handful of meaningful races where you can win more than the 7 to 15k you'd typically win. Even that's only like 25K. There is nothing like Gran Turismo of old where you can win hundreds of thousands for some races, a super cool car (like an Indy car). Most of the coolest stuff you'll get will be through random luck on the horizon wheel spins, or you spending extra real dollars to get the coolest cars, like the ones everyone you're racing has and the ones in the advertisements. Yes, you can buy certain Ferraris, Lambos, Porsches, etc, but not the top end ones. I personally settled on a 2012 Aventador (the 2016 version seems locked behind team racing scenarios) that was good enough to get me through all of the street type races. The rub is that I wanted the centenario or something like that, which I think is 2.3 or 2.8MM. I wanted other cars, but no way in the world am I paying Microsoft again for the game, when that is clearly their motivation.
Cons: After getting through the 1st tutorial seasons there's not much more to the game that what you already unlocked. After that it's a grind of trying to beat more and more races. The physics of the game are less realistic than forza motorsport 7, which makes sense for this game which is more arcade style. I wish there was the option to be able to adjust the car handling physics to where it was more like FM7.
Unfortunately I won't be playing this game year long until the next Forza comes out. Instead FM7 will be seeing time when I need to get my racing/drift fix. Sure it's an improvement from the other Horizon games, but the replay factor scores low for me.