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The next update of Forza Horizon 4 will be the last to add new content to the game, although developer Playground Games is not quite ready to leave behind its great British runner.
Since its launch in 2018, the FH4 has been completed with new content, not only with major expansions like Fortune Island or Lego Speed Champions, but also new regular cars, new modes, such as Super7 cheat tracks, photographic challenges and more. But in this week 's Forza Monthly section (via VGC), the developer confirmed that update 37, which will arrive today, will be the last to add new stuff to the game.
“Because the release of Forza Horizon 5 is our priority over the next few months, we’ve made some changes to the monthly updates to the Forza Horizon 4 series,” said Tom Butcher, senior producer.
Note that FH4 support will not disappear completely. Rather, Butcher explains that future updates will attempt to remix and re-imagine existing content, as well as return to old updates with all the tools added to the game since then: photo challenges, behind-the-scenes voting, new rewards, and more.
"Starting with Update 38 of the Series, gamers who are familiar with the game will begin to see the return of the content of Series 7 to 32. Think of it a bit like a mixed tape, with the return of & # 39; # 39; some of your favorite content combined with newly added features. "
Butcher is less direct when asked if FH4 will continue to see updates past the FH5 version, saying only that "we plan to make sure Forza Horizon 4 continues to be a fun experience, but we're not willing to share the exact plans yet."
Fleeing the gloomy shadows to the sunny shores of Central America, Forza Horizon 5 will take us to Mexico on November 9, 2021. Jacob considers it a truly new-looking title, with extensive photogrammetry, HDR seasonal boxes, and stations that provide wild and varied weather conditions to different parts of the map.