During the Forza Monthly broadcast yesterday, the Forza Horizon 4 developers announced a new expansion to celebrate its thirtieth game season. Playground Games also introduced Super7 mode.
In Super7, players will be able to create tracks in the spirit of Trackmania – with complex jumps and other obstacles. You can share your work with other gamers. The mode will also include seven random challenges to challenge the community.
In addition, four new cars can be unlocked in the festival playlist:
- Alfa Romeo 155 Q4 (1992)
- Fiat X1 / 9 (1975)
- Hoonigan Ford Bronco
- Koenigsegg Jesko (2020)
Earlier, insider and journalist Jeff Grubb in the Xbox Empire podcast announced that the next part of Forza Horizon could be released in 2021. The game may even come out ahead of the new Forza Motorsport.