Forza Horizon 4 is a fantastic racing game that everyone on Windows 10 and Xbox One needs to buy.
Forza Horizon 3 is a step up from Forza Horizon 2 in all the best places and is one of the best and most fun racing games ever.
With comprehensive control options and an endless number of things to do, it’s got everything you need to whet your appetite for all things on four wheels.
While Playground Games will build the Xbox One version using the Forza 5 engine, the Xbox 360 version is being handled by Sumo Digital using the Forza Horizon 1 engine.
Grid’s tight, intense gameplay; Test Drive Unlimited 2’s vast expanses and variety; Gran Turismo 5’s ambition; and Forza Motorsport’s depth and attention to detail – Forza Horizon manages to cram all of that into one game, and the end result is quite simply the complete racing game.
For those longing for a new PGR game, Forza Horizon looks like it will fit the mould pretty well, albeit with an open-world design and Mototstorm-esque festival setting.
The Forza franchise could alternate between Turn 10’s sim and Playground’s arcade racer.