Xbox One - DLC
Forza Horizon 4 Fortune Island
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Developer: Playground Games
Content Rating: Everyone
Seek your fortune in the most treacherous Horizon expansion yet, where you will conquer extreme terrain, lightning storms, and perilous roads in search of hidden treasure. Embark on a new campaign, solve Treasure Hunt riddles, and carve your own path in new Trailblazer PR Stunts. Tackle the island’s twisting mountain switchbacks, ocean cliffside roads and rough terrain in 10 exciting new cars including the 2019 Lamborghini Urus, 2017 Ram Rebel TRX Concept, and the 2018 BMW M5. Earn 24 Achievements and 500 GS.
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It's more Forza Horizon 4, but Fortune Island has a hook that's worth its weight in gold. Turning an island into a giant scavenger hunt is the kind of allure that works perfectly with Forza Horizon. Elsewhere, completing events has its own intrinsic appeal; excelling at racing and stunts is rewarding because it's a racing and stunts game. In Fortune Island, progression brings about a sense of mystery and discovery. That's a reward that's nearly as rich as the millions of credits scattered about the island.
Forza Horizon 4: Fortune Island is a more earnest slab of DLC aimed at the hardcore fans compared to the studio’s previous wacky work on Forza Horizon 3: Hot Wheels, and I like it a lot. Routes inspired by the some of the world’s most-loved driving roads, a 10-round treasure hunt powered by clues that reward being a car geek, and all wrapped up in the unbeatable Forza Horizon formula? I think it’s going to be a while before I think about heading back to the mainland.
Fortune Island is small and lacks variety. There's only ten treasure hunt challenges. The island is not nearly as pretty during the day. Environmental inconsistencies can pull you out of the game. Fortune Island is a decent expansion to Forza Horizon 4 with fun new cars and challenges and some good places to race, but a lack of variety, limited new content, and a samey environment prevent it from being anything more than that.