With Forza Horizon 5 around the corner, Playground Games have lightened up on development for Forza Horizon 4. However, one final car is being added to the game as part of the content update Series 37.
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Series 37 is set to drop in Forza Horizon 4 soon, and the key details of the content update have been announced by developer Playground Games. With the impending arrival of Forza Horizon 5, which is to be set in Mexico, Series 37 represents a winding down on the development of Forza Horizon 4. As such, it is a smaller update than many content updates which came before, and it features the last new car which will be added to Forza Horizon 4.
The Final Car
The one and only car which will be added to the game with Series 37 is the Vuhl 05RR. It’s a track car, along the lines of Caterhams or KTMs, but it is still technically road legal. This final addition to Forza Horizon 4 casts an eye towards its successor, as the Vuhl is a Mexican car, and so will fit right into the world of Forza Horizon 5.
Boasting around 385 horsepower combined with a lightweight chassis, the 05RR is a real track animal which will require some daring to drive. To gain access to the car, players will have to complete the ‘Vuhl in the City’ challenge in-game during summer. While this is indeed the final new car to grace Forza Horizon 4, future content updates will allow players the opportunity to win cars from previous series’ that they never managed to experience before.
Super7 High Stakes
Finally, the High Stakes extension is arriving for the Super7 custom creator mode. In this new mode, players can take on tougher challenges for the promise of greater rewards, if they are successful of course. With the completion of each Super7 card, players will be offered the chance to quit with the rewards they have already earned, or to gamble and risk it all in the name of greater prizes!
Players will have three lives with which to complete the cards. If they fail to win the challenge within three attempts, their prizes will be forfeited! If a certain card is providing too much of an obstacle, players also have the ability to ‘burn’ a card, removing it and replacing it with another. Like with lives, players can only burn cards three times, so tough decision making will be central to Super7 High Stakes.
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