Forza Horizon 4 has received its Series 33 Update on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Windows 10 PC. To coincide with this, the shared open-world racing game is now available on Steam. It’s the first time in history that a Forza game has made its way onto Valve’s digital distribution platform. While this new version of the game doesn’t support save synchronization with the Xbox console or Windows 10 editions, it does support cross-play across all platforms – ensuring nobody is left behind in any race!
To celebrate the launch of Forza Horizon 4 on Steam, anyone who logs in between now and Sunday, March 14th on any platform will receive the 2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS to claim for free from the in-game Message Center.
Like on the Microsoft Store, Forza Horizon 4 on Steam features 3 unique versions to choose from – the Standard Edition, the Deluxe Edition, and the Ultimate Edition. All versions of the game feature the Formula Drift Car Pack. Upgrading to Deluxe will add the Forza Horizon 4 Car Pass into the mix, whilst the Ultimate Edition also includes the Best of Bond Car Pack, the Welcome Pack, VIP and both the Fortune Island and LEGO Speed Champions expansions.
Check out the official Steam FAQ if you’ve got any unanswered questions about this all-new version of Forza Horizon 4, as well as this roundup of community submitted tips for newcomers. Otherwise, let’s have a look at the two new cars available to unlock from the Festival Playlist over the next four weeks. From a street-legal prototype electric hypercar to a championship-winning rally classic last seen in Forza Motorsport 4!
In addition to the new rides and support for the Steam version of Forza Horizon 4, Playground Games has also made “improvements to high contrast mode and screen reader for accessibility.”
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