The Series 30 Update for Forza Horizon 4 is now available and it’s undoubtedly the biggest update in the history of Playground’s shared open-world racing game. Not only does it introduce a whole new way to experience Forza Horizon 4 in the Super7, powered by custom challenges created by the community, but it also comes loaded with several new vehicles to unlock.
It’s important to play challenges created by the community as doing so will unlock two new cars to add to your collection. They’re both “7s” and include the oldest vehicle to be ever introduced into the Forza franchise. Check them out below.
Earning Influence in the Horizon Super7 is done by completing challenges – with higher yields for more difficult events. Whilst the Super7 throws at you seven community created events that you can either complete or “burn” for another, players can also browse events and find a Challenge Card that suits their play-style. Otherwise, you can always make your own event and add the structures, stunts and scenery of your choosing and place them anywhere.
For additional details on Super7, be sure to check out our extensive hands-on preview. Otherwise, here’s the list of cars featured in the Series 30 Festival Playlist:
Series 30 also marks a Hoonigan Takeover in Forza Horizon 4. In addition to the “Ken Block and Roll” Seasonal Championship, there will also be Hoonigan items featured in the Forzathon Shop, Hoonigan cars in the Festival playlist, as well as Hoonigan-themed Photo Challenges. For more action, be sure to check out Hoonicorn Vs. The World, a Forza-inspired drag challenge that pits the Hoonicorn against some of its mightiest competitors yet.
For the detailed patch notes of this release, be sure to find them on Forza Support.
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