Following its Inside
Xbox broadcast today from Gamescom 2018 in Cologne, Germany, Microsoft has
released five stunning new screenshots for Forza Horizon 4.
These screenshots showcase McLaren supercars racing down the
streets of Edinburgh City, a Mercedes-Benz Unimog truck ploughing across an ice lake,
the new Ford Fiesta ST Rallycross airborne in a forest alongside a team
of stunt motocross racers in off-road dirt bikes, two Formula
Drift machines sliding around the Horizon Festival, and an up-close look at
a classic Jaguar engine in Forzavista. You can check out all five screenshots in
stunning 4K resolution below.
To coincide the new screenshots, Microsoft also revealed
that Forza Horizon 4 will receive two new Xbox One console bundles. An Xbox One
S bundle with a 1TB hard drive including a digital copy of the game, as well as
an Xbox One X
bundle featuring the same storage capacity with digital copies of both Forza
Horizon 4 and Forza
Both bundles also include 1 month of Xbox
Game Pass and 14 days of Xbox Live Gold. The Xbox One S bundle will cost $299.99, whilst the Xbox One X bundle will cost $499.99, and they'll each be available when Forza Horizon 4 launches on October 2nd.
In addition, Ralph Fulton of Playground Games joined Xbox
Live’s Graeme Boyd on the Inside Xbox livestream to discuss Forza Horizon 4’s
Adventure mode. This competitive online experience will allow players to
team-up and take on the world of beautiful,
historic Britain across race events, mini games, and frantic new Freeroam
Rushes. There’s also brand-new Leagues, featuring unique rewards to be won as
you rise the ranks and aim for the prestigious Grandmaster title. The first
four-week Leagues season in Team Adventure begins right at release.
Forza Horizon 4 will launch
worldwide on Xbox One and Windows 10 on October
2nd, 2018 as an Xbox Play Anywhere title. It’ll also be available day-in-date
on the Xbox Game Pass subscription service, and Ultimate Edition owners can
play the game four days early, from September 28th. For more, be sure to check
out our hands-on
with the E3 and Gamescom demo, as well as our feature story on how Forza
Horizon 4 delivers an RPG-like experience made with car enthusiasts and open-world adventurers in-mind.
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