Forza Horizon 4
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Developer: Playground Games
Content Rating: Everyone
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. The Forza Horizon 4 Standard Edition digital bundle includes the full game of Forza Horizon 4 and the Formula Drift Car Pack.
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Once Forza Horizon 4 opens up and the map is cluttered with points of interest, you really can’t ask for much more from a racer. It hits all of the right notes in terms of racing, exploration, rewards, and customization. Depending on your focus of play, you can turn it into a difficult game of precision that requires proper vehicle tuning, or a light arcade experience of tearing across Great Britain with no cares in the world.
Forza Horizon 4, for what it’s worth, probably warrants the label of “very good game.” But the new physics has decided it must also be your hobby, and there it fares considerably worse. Forza Horizon 4 delivers another standout racing experience with plenty of cars, races, and charm, but the way the game implements its much touted seasons feels unnecessarily restrictive and takes away from what would otherwise be a neat addition.
It’s true that Forza Horizon 4 has some flaws, but they are fairly minor in the grand scheme of things. The game is still arguably the best racing game available on modern consoles, and even non-racing game fans will still be able to appreciate the top of the line graphics and impressive open world. Forza Horizon 4 is a no-brainer for anyone with an Xbox One, and even those on the fence should at least give it a shot through Game Pass.