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Forza Horizon 4 Available Now

Written by Jordan Lucero on October 3rd, 2018.

It’s here! Forza Horizon 4 is now available for $59.99, and free for Xbox Game Pass members. Forza Horizon 4 features the same open-world gameplay from its predecessors, but now with seasons and native 4K support for Xbox One X users. The download size is around 56.45 GB for Xbox One consoles and 64.12 GB for Windows 10 devices. If you’re a user of Microsoft Rewards, there’s currently a punch card for Forza Horizon 4. When you purchase the game, you can get 6000 points ($6) for the rewards program. You can activate and complete the punch card from the Xbox One’s Microsoft Rewards app right now.

Like in previous Horizon games, there are a few microtransactions available to make your experience a bit better. A treasure map, a car pass, a VIP pass, and different car packs are available at launch. For Game Pass members, all of the above content is included in your membership and discounted if you want to purchase it permanently. Two expansion packs will be available soon, also with Game Pass discounts. The first pack will launch in December 2018 and the second will launch in the first half of 2019.

Did you get the game? Are you excited to start playing Forza Horizon 4? Let us know below in the comments.


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