Forza Horizon 4

Forza Horizon 4 Fortune Island Achievements List

Article By 
Alan Walsh
December 10, 2018
Forza Horizon 4

Forza Horizon 4 Fortune Island Achievements List

Article By 
Alan Walsh
December 10, 2018

The Fortune Island expansion arrives later this week into Forza Horizon 4! On Thursday, December 13th, you’ll explore a mythical island full of hidden treasure, perilous cliffside roads and the longest paved section of mountain switchbacks in the history of the series. With new features, events and cars to discover, as well as an all-new world to explore with moody, atmospheric thunderstorms to combat and the Aurora Borealis as a backdrop, the Fortune Island expansion is packed to the brim with new experiences – but it also introduces 24 new unlockable Xbox Live Achievements into Forza Horizon 4 worth a total of 500 Gamerscore points.

As revealed by TrueAchievements in their exclusive story published earlier today, the Fortune Island expansion will see players progressing through different rounds of the Island Conqueror – the all-new campaign experience included with Fortune Island, finding hidden treasure chests to unlock prized rewards, driving around all the island’s unique roads, and completing PR Stunts to unlock all the new Achievements in Forza Horizon 4 being introduced with this add-on.

Some of the more interesting Achievements reveal finer details of the expansion that remained secret, such as the Fortune Island finale races dubbed ‘The Leviathan’ and ‘The Kraken.’ It also revealed that there will be a total of 10 Treasure Chests to discover on this mythical island. These will see you solving riddles and clues that lead to you earning millions of credits and finding rare cars. Forzathon Live is also playable within Fortune Island, as are the Seasonal Championships, which will be accessible on the island with the weekly season changes – as seen in mainland Britain.

The PR Stunts are back and naturally challenge you to earn 3 stars on every Drift Zone, Speed Trap, Danger Sign and Speed Zone found on Fortune Island. However, this time you’ll also encounter the all-new Trailblazer Gates which challenge players to find the quickest route between two points. These unique events are a test of route planning, split-second reactions, and driving skill all at once as players encounter the huge elevation changes and tricky terrain of Fortune Island at every turn. One of the Achievements also challenges you to earn 3 stars at The Forest Run Trailblazer Gate in the Peel P50. Good luck with that one.

Fortune Island also comes with its own drift-inspired Horizon Story – Drift Club 2.0, which sees the return of everyone’s beloved Welshman Robert Glenn to help you in your quest to go sideways on the most extreme drift roads ever seen in the series. You’ll need 21 stars to unlock the relevant Achievement for this one. Other Achievements challenge you to complete The Kraken and The Leviathan goliath-style races using specific cars within a certain time, whilst the rest will see you earning 3 stars in unique cars on some of the more interesting PR Stunts found in the Fortune Island expansion that should prove to be a challenge, but also fun and inspiring.

Fortune Island Achievements List

Below, you can find the complete set of Achievements featured in the Fortune Island expansion for Forza Horizon 4, courtesy of the folks over at TrueAchievements. There’s a total of 24 Achievements worth 500 Gamerscore to unlock, and these apply to players on both Xbox One and Windows 10 PC:

  • Welcome to Fortune Island – Set up the Horizon Festival on Fortune Island – 10 Gamerscore
  • Made the Cut – Reach Round Two of the Island Conqueror – 20 Gamerscore
  • Top 50% – Reach Round Five of the Island Conqueror – 20 Gamerscore
  • The Final Twelve – Reach Round Ten of the Island Conqueror – 30 Gamerscore
  • The Island Conqueror! – Come First in the Fortune Island Finale Races: The Leviathan and The Kraken – 50 Gamerscore
  • Hunter Gatherer – Find/Smash your first Treasure Chest – 10 Gamerscore
  • Driving Detective – Find/Smash 5 Treasure Chests – 20 Gamerscore
  • Get Rich and Drive Tryin' – Find/Smash all 10 Treasure Chests – 30 Gamerscore
  • Paved with Gold – Drive every Road in Fortune Island – 20 Gamerscore
  • Fortune for All – Complete Round 3 of a #Forzathon Live Event on Fortune Island – 20 Gamerscore
  • Seasoned to Victory – Complete a Seasonal Championship on Fortune Island – 20 Gamerscore
  • Drift Club Island – Earn 21 Stars in Drift Club on Fortune Island – 20 Gamerscore
  • Not Just Straight-line Speed – Earn at least 1 star at a Trailblazer Gate – 10 Gamerscore
  • Drifters Paradise – Get 3 Stars on every Drift Zone on Fortune Island – 20 Gamerscore
  • Trailblazing – Get 3 Stars on every Trailblazer Gate on Fortune Island – 20 Gamerscore
  • In the Zone – Get 3 Stars on every Speed Zone on Fortune Island – 20 Gamerscore
  • It's a Trap! – Get 3 Stars on every Speed Trap on Fortune Island – 20 Gamerscore
  • Frequent Flyer – Get 3 Stars on every Danger Sign on Fortune Island – 20 Gamerscore
  • Better get Kraken – Complete The Kraken in less than 6 minutes in the Saleen S5S Raptor – 20 Gamerscore
  • Wait…how did you do that? – Get 3 stars on the Needle Fall Danger Sign in the Morris Minor Traveller – 20 Gamerscore
  • Full of Zest – 3 Star the The Forest Run Trailblazer Gate in the Peel P50 – 20 Gamerscore
  • Leviathan Slayer – Complete The Leviathan in less than 8 minutes in the Ford Fiesta ST RX43 – 20 Gamerscore
  • The OG – Get over 180mph in the Koenigsegg CC8S at the Lady On The Lake Speed Trap – 20 Gamerscore
  • Exodus of Exocet – Get a time of 40 seconds or better in the Exomotive Exocet at the Halcyon Point Trailblazer Gate – 20 Gamerscore

Can You Unlock Them All?

Overall, the Achievements featured in the Fortune Island expansion should be all easily obtainable for the most part. Most will be unlocked from progression, whilst the rest will need a little bit of skill and luck to earn – especially those PR Stunt-related challenges. If the Drift Zones aren’t too rage-inducing, as well as those potentially troublesome Trailblazer Gates, then most players should be able to complete the full set with ease. After all, Forza Horizon 4 had one of the easiest Achievements list in the series yet, with the most time-consuming ones requiring you to purchase a castle, qualify for a League in Team Adventure and earn 3 stars on all the PR Stunts around Britain.

With the Fortune Island expansion, Forza Horizon 4 will offer a total of 79 Achievements worth 1500 Gamerscore. For more on the upcoming add-on and its promise of hidden treasure, be sure to check out our previous coverage for a rundown on the cars included with Fortune Island, as well as the various events and challenges that you’ll encounter on this perilous, mythical location. Set in the in the remote northern reaches of the British Isles, Fortune Island promises to be the most extreme, dangerous and unique home yet of the Horizon Festival.

Forza Horizon 4 is available now on Xbox One and Windows 10 PC. It’s also available on the Xbox Game Pass subscription service and takes advantage of the Xbox Play Anywhere initiative, allowing you to acquire a digital copy of the game on one platform and enjoy it on both. Additionally, those who own the Forza Horizon 4 Ultimate Edition or Expansion Pass will be able to enjoy Fortune Island at no additional cost when it releases on Thursday, December 13th, but it will also be available for standalone purchase at $19.99 with Xbox Game Pass members benefitting from a 10% discount.

Be on the lookout for our Fortune Island review following its release, but for now, you can check out our main Forza Horizon 4 review, as well as our interviews with Playground Games Creative Director Ralph Fulton and Xbox Games Marketing boss Aaron Greenberg all about the launch of the shared open-world racing game, its unique post-launch support initiatives, as well as the overall growth and success of the Forza franchise.

Alan Walsh

Alan is the co-founder and co-owner of FullThrottle Media. As someone who enjoys spending all his free time playing video games, he keeps the website updated with new and relevant content, including news stories, reviews and opinion pieces for the games he likes writing about the most. He also tweets too much, probably.