Developed by Playground Games and published by Microsoft Studios, Forza Horizon 4 provides you with open-world racing through the awe-inspiring scenery of Great Britain during the four seasons. You’re offered a multitude of racing options while being able to compete online, in the multiplayer mode, or offline against AI.
This iteration of the wildly popular series is built on 64-bit Windows architecture. It requires a minimum of an i3 processor, 8 GB of memory, and a 2 GB graphic card to run.
This title is built with the intention of producing vivid scenes of ever-changing seasons, no less than 450 mesmerizing vehicles to choose from, and enticing side challenges to keep you engaged.
If you get bored of the dynamic seasons or the gripping graphics, you’re able to find additions like racing ‘The Flying Scotsman,’ a famous steam train in York.
When you choose to play online, a world of interactive gameplay unfolds. You’re drawn into a world of frequent challenges while battling it out in servers that each support up to 72 players.
While there are numerous secrets and Easter eggs, it’s worth noting that these items are unlocked as you progress through the story and achieve specific milestones.
You’ll find secret vehicles in barns, 10 treasure chests on Fortune Island (available through DLC), and several other Easter eggs dotted around the world. Keep in mind that there are at least 10 cars that can reach speeds of over 270 miles per hour.
Playground Games has managed to produce another game that lives up to fans’ expectations. Fans old and new will stay engaged in this new incarnation of Forza Horizon due to the amount of content and fine-tuned racing system. You can also try Burnout Paradise, Need for Speed, and Rise: Race the future if you’re searching for similar games.
Should you download it?
Yes, especially if you're a fan of the Forza series.