Turn 10 Studios has detailed the Forza Rewards you’ll be
able to earn and unlock in Forza Horizon 4 based on your loyalty towards past
Forza titles. By simply playing Forza, you can earn credit rewards to claim on
a weekly basis, and Forza Horizon 4 also offers an assortment of different items
available to unlock at launch based on your dedication towards the Forza
franchise. These include cars and unique clothing items which can be used to
customize your in-game player character.
As detailed in the latest Forza Motorsport Week
in Review, Forza Rewards is broken down into different Tier levels, and
these tiers are attained by playing Forza games and achieving certain milestones
within them – such as driving a specific number of miles or hitting an assigned
Driver Level. Accomplishing these feats increases your overall Forza Score, and
the higher the total, the higher your Tier level will be. As you increase your
Forza Tier level, you’ll begin to earn more rewards in Forza games.
To compliment the launch of Forza Horizon 4, a new Tier
level is being added to Forza Rewards. Tier 13 will be worth a total of 3,000
Forza Score points. Starting at Tier 2, players can redeem a weekly credit
bonus across all mainline Forza titles available on Xbox One and Windows 10 PC.
You can redeem these on either the Forza Rewards page over on the
official Forza Motorsport website, or via the Forza Hub app for Xbox One and
Below, you can have a look at the weekly credit payouts for Forza
Rewards based on your overall Forza Tier:
As usual, these credit rewards are cumulative, which means if
you’re Tier 12 for example, you’ll earn the Tier 12 credit payout combined with
all the lower Tier credit rewards too. Hit Tier 13, and you’ll be unlocking
500,000 credits every week across all the mainline Forza titles on Xbox One and
Windows 10. That includes Forza Horizon 4, Forza Motorsport 7, Forza Horizon 3,
Forza Motorsport 6, Forza Horizon 2 and Forza Motorsport 5. Smaller credit
payouts are also made available on a weekly basis for classic Forza titles on
Xbox 360, including Forza Horizon and Forza Motorsport 4.
Forza Horizon 4 also offers a series of reward goodies that
are exclusive to Forza Rewards members when they log into the full game. The
rewards players can earn is based on their Tier level at the time they play
Forza Horizon 4 for the first time. From various classic Forza shirts to unique
horns, emotes, cars and Quick Chat phrases, here’s a breakdown of the different
rewards players will earn per Tier level upon logging into the upcoming game:
It’s worth noting however, that the 2017 Alfa Giulia
Quadrifoglio and the 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS – the cover hero of
Forza Motorsport 7, will not be exclusive to Forza Rewards. They can still
be purchased from the Autoshow like all the other
standard cars available in Forza Horizon 4. Two more cars can also be unlocked
for free in the game via Forza Rewards, and they include the 2017 Ford F-150
Raptor and the all-new 2018 Ford Mustang GT – unlocked by having played Forza
Horizon 3 and Forza
Motorsport 7, respectively.
In addition to the above, each Tier reward in Forza Horizon
4 comes with an accompanying ‘Super Wheelspin.’ These allow you to win some of
the best prizes in the game with minimal effort. They act like a proper slot
machine, and they include more of the rare and legendary-graded items in the
game – plus you’ll earn three prizes every time you spin one. With a total of
11 Super Wheelspins to be earned from Forza Rewards, that’s a total of 33
prizes that can be unlocked immediately upon logging into Forza Horizon 4!
So, there you have it – all the official unlocks and weekly
credit bonuses available for Forza Horizon 4 via the Forza Rewards loyalty
program. It’s been a fan-favourite initiative since the release of Forza
Motorsport 5, and it’s great to see it continuing as strong as ever in 2018
with the upcoming launch of Forza Horizon 4. In the meantime, be sure to download
the free demo to get a sampling of beautiful,
historic Britain in all four seasons of the year, and read our extensive
hands-on preview for everything you need to know about the latest
installment in the critically-acclaimed open-world racing franchise.
We also have audio
samples of the car horns available to unlock in Forza Horizon 4, as well as
interview with Playground Games’ Creative Director Ralph Fulton, in which
we spoke about how Dynamic
Seasons evolve and change open-world gameplay, the ways players can live
out the ultimate Horizon
Life experience, and how Edinburgh was inspired by a classic track in
Project Gotham Racing 2 – a beloved racing game released by Microsoft Studios
on the Original Xbox in 2003.
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.