Forza Horizon Unleashes A Car-ton Of Trailers

Forza Horizon Unleashes A Car-ton Of Trailers

You will need a GPS to find your way through all this gameplay

Written by Kendrene on 12 October 12 at 21:59

If breathing the exhaust fumes of all the screenshots that flashed by the Newshound Treehouse wasn't enough, Turn 10 has released a veritable car park of assets for upcoming racing game Forza Horizon.

Exclusive Breakup Trailer

In the following trailer, Timothy receives a break-up call from his Viper, which crushes his heart under screeching tires and leaves him for the much greener pastures of the Horizon Festival.



Dirt Race Demo Gameplay

After leaving its poor owner, Viper the sportscar gets down to some dirty business driving through some of the trails of Colorado in the all-new offroad events, which are a first for this franchise.



Dam Street Race Demo Gameplay

The roads that lead to the top of the Horizon Festival encompass mud and dirt. Cars zip by on the largest highways, with none of the safety circuit into which racing has lulled us.



Fountain Street Demo Gameplay

Some more street racing action, this time during a crisp-clear Colorado night.



Mustang vs Mustang Demo Gameplay

The Horizon Festival organizers know that simple racing might not be enough to please the crowd. This is why during some special events you will be racing not against other cars but against entirely different classes of vehicles, like planes as the trailer below shows.



Golf Course King Trailer

When you play the game of thrones...you either die at the hands of Cersei Lannister or you end up driving a car on a golf course. Forza Horizon feeds some fun-looking multiplayer to your car's tank; the following trailer sees you battling for the crown from the comfortable seat of your chosen ride, which is a good thing as the Iron Throne tends to get people killed.



Infected Mode Trailer

The word infected might make you think of heroic Halo last stands full of energy sword-swishing and grenade tagging, or the green edged screens of Assassin's Creed: Revelations' Corrupted gameplay. The principle is the same: one driver starts as infected and has to bash his car into others to spread the contagion. Who will be the last one out?



Co-op Lamborghini Roadtrip Trailer

We've come to the final piece of gameplay for the day. There is no better way to end your trip to Colorado than setting up a co-op challenge and taking a Lamborghini out for a spin. No thievery involved!



Forza Horizon hits the open road on October 23rd in North America and October 26th in Europe. If you are quick enough you might still be in time to nab the limited edition. Just remember to fasten your seatbelts when you go into town.
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Lol, I have to watch 7 thirty second ads from the Colbert Report if I want to watch all of them… Not worth it! Game looks great though, loved the demo.
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^ I second the demo-loving going on. This game will be a must purcase
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L1E said:Lol, I have to watch 7 thirty second ads from the Colbert Report if I want to watch all of them… Not worth it! Game looks great though, loved the demo.I am buying this, I will say that. The demo was good, however i'm still not impressed by the collisions and damage these games have to offer angry
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Posted on 13 October 12 at 04:11
i think, that game sucks and it is not better then tdu or nfs hp or something else. ok, not the game himself, its ok a funracer not more. but the artificial (hope thats the right word) hype arround it to merchendaise it, that sucks.
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Posted on 13 October 12 at 04:29
For the dirt race trailer its not a viper. The steering wheel has a mitsubishi emblem on it.
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Posted on 13 October 12 at 13:59
I am plaing this series since Forza 1 on the first Xbox and from that point i buyed every following Forza Game that was released. I like it so much i preordered the LCE every time and i did it for Forza Horizon to. The Demo was great... Didnt think it would make that much fun...

Open World + Foza Motorsport!? Yes we can!

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Posted on 13 October 12 at 14:08
Demo sucks, too childish and graphics leave you wanting more. Handling is nowhere near FORZA, no traction control while driving a Mustang and it makes the car handle better... I dont think so.
P.S. Breakup trailer is one of the stupidest trailers I have seen
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I pre-ordered the limited edition, will be picking this game up day one and will be buying the season pass regardless of any new achievements. I enjoyed the demo, it looks great! I played Forza 2 Point-2-Point races to death, this for me seems like a good successor to that.

For those asking about the difference in handling from the main Forza games, for goodness sake watch the 'making of' footage. It has been deliberately altered for a different gaming experience, they explain why clearly in these videos and I for one completely agree with them. Plus the cars still sound and look as beautiful as ever!
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Posted on 13 October 12 at 21:16
Can't wait for this one! Loved the demo and I can see myself losing hours to the game.
Did anyone else think it looked VERY similar to Dirt 2 in it's presentation though??
I like what I like and I don't what I don't.
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CASS190684 said:Can't wait for this one! Loved the demo and I can see myself losing hours to the game.
Did anyone else think it looked VERY similar to Dirt 2 in it's presentation though??
Dirt and Grid rolled into one, but better!
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I love the forza series just as much as the next gearhead, but I really didn't like the demo. I mean, this game will be an awesome car game, and better by far than any nfs etc. Yet, it lacks everything I love forza for. The realism, the tuning, the complete control of the car. This would be a fantastic game, sans the forza name on the box. Am I wrong?/ alone in this thought? If you guys see something in it that I'm missing please enlighten me. I want to like this game I just don't unfortunately.
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Schaef51 said:I love the forza series just as much as the next gearhead, but I really didn't like the demo. [...] Am I wrong?/ alone in this thought? If you guys see something in it that I'm missing please enlighten me. I want to like this game I just don't unfortunately.Unfortunately I agree with that. I played the demo yesterday and was not very impressed.
The game has a very limiting feeling to me, I think it is more like playing with toy cars rather than driving a car. The feeling was mostly created by the damage model of the cars and the boundaries of the racing tracks. On the other hand I didn't saw enough of the open game world to decide if that's appealing to me or not.
I liked Forza 3 very much (for the visuals, the cars, getting the cars and the tracks) and loved Burnout Paradise (because it was silly and fun) and the first TDU (for the exploration and openess).
I am really uncertain about this one.