Forza Horizon 4 New Cars and Events Leaked
Discovered by Reddit user u/theAdmiester, a new test build of Forza Horizon 4 has supposedly leaked, containing new cars and thumbnail images for some of Horizon 4's events and event playlists.
In terms of new vehicles coming to Forza Horizon 4, a selection of James Bond cars seem to have been added, perfectly fitting the British setting, as well as a few new cars like the Jaguar CX75 (which also starred in a James Bond film) and the 1959 Porsche 356A Coupe.
You can check out these leaked new vehicles down below, some of which are new vehicles while some are new variants of existing or returning cars from previous Forza games. (NOTE: Some vehicles may have been apart of the June full car list leak)
- LAM_BellissimaHE_17 (Bellissima = Centenario)
A selection of event poster images have also been leaked, revealing some of Horizon 4's curated playlist of events including 1960 and 1970s Collections, Modern Muscle, Vintage Racers and even David vs Goliath, which appears to be Trucks racing against small Fiats.
There are also new Horizon Festival-branded images for specific events, featuring supercars racing around Edinburgh Castle, offroad cars in a mud track, street racing hatchbacks and the Warthog from the Halo series (which even appears to have a Master Chief driver skin, The Ring and a spaceship from Halo in the background).
There are an absolute ton of images that u/theAdmiester has found within the test build, including in-game shots of the game in the current test build, a look at the start menu and what looks to be photo mode shots of the McLaren Senna and Land Rover. The full gallery of images can be found here.
This is not the first time a Horizon 4 build has leaked. Back in late June, you may recall a full unfinished version of Forza Horizon 4 was available to download on PC due to a Windows Store error, with dataminers managing to uncover the full car list and barn find cars inside some of the files.
Forza Horizon 4 releases on Xbox One and Windows 10 on October 2nd 2018, or September 28th 2018 for Ultimate Edition purchasers, and will be available free for Xbox Game Pass subscribers at launch. If you missed any of our previous Forza Horizon 4 coverage, be sure to check out our dedicated Forza Horizon 4 section!