You can now pre-download Forza Horizon 4 on Xbox One and Windows 10 PC if you’ve pre-ordered one of the three bundles available on the Microsoft
Store or via online digital merchants. These bundles include the Standard Edition and Deluxe Edition, both of which will allow you to play from October 2nd, as well as the Ultimate Edition, which allows you to play four days early from September 28th.
As announced on the official
Forza Motorsport Twitter account earlier today, the pre-download for Forza Horizon 4 is available on both PC and consoles, and thus, we now know the official install size for the game across all platforms. The download for Windows 10 PCs comes in at 63.73GB, on Xbox One and Xbox One S it’s 56.79GB, whilst finally, the Xbox One X download is 60.19GB. Regardless of which system you’re on, expect a download of around 60GB.
As mentioned, the first to have access to Forza Horizon 4 will be Ultimate
Edition owners from September 28th. Also included in the package is the Forza Horizon 4 Car Pass, which grants two new cars to your garage every week for a total of 42 cars across 21 weeks, as well as the VIP Membership, the Formula
Drift Car Pack and the Best of
Bond Car Pack. This is clearly the definitive package for Forza fans, and it costs $99.99, €99.99 or £79.99 – if you reside in beautiful,
historic Britain. You can pre-order it today from the Microsoft
Store. Additional details on the different Forza Horizon 4 bundles available to choose from can be found here.
In other news, a free
demo is now available to check out for Forza Horizon 4 on both Xbox One and Windows 10 PC. This one introduces
players to all four seasons across a series of tailored events and cars. It does an incredible job of welcoming you to beautiful Britain and all it has to offer, including a job that sees you behind
the wheel of a Bugatti Chiron as a stunt driver for an upcoming film.
For more on Forza Horizon 4, don’t miss our
in-depth preview, our analysis
of the game on Xbox One X hardware, and our capture of Forza Horizon 4’s unmissable
opening moments. We also have an exclusive
interview with Playground Games’ Creative Director, Ralph Fulton, in which he discusses how historic
Edinburgh was inspired by a classic race track in Project Gotham Racing 2.
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