Forza Horizon Screens Hit the Road - Part 1

By Keith Gray, 4 years ago
It's safe to stay that upcoming racer, Forza Horizon is taking the Forza series in a completely different direction, at least in terms of the racing environments. The newest title is set to see gamers venture onto the open-road, rather than completing countless laps around circuits and track-based locales.

The Forza series has built its reputation on true-to-life driving physics and accurate recreations of the world's greatest cars. Unlike the environments, the latter two aspects don't look like they'll be undergoing a change any time soon, especially if the following screenshots are anything to go by.

Part 1 of our coverage features almost half a century of car history, from 1954's Mercedes 300SL Gullwing right through to 2003's Honda S2000 and everything in between. Lovers of renowned supercars, American muscle cars and exotic motors are all catered for in equal measure.

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Microsoft has also revealed the third episode in the Behind-the-Scenes video documentary series. Enjoy!


Forza Horizon will hit the open-road from October 23rd in North America, before arriving in Europe and the UK on October 26th.

Go on and hop over to Part 2, to see which other cars are set to feature in the new title.
Credit for this story goes to METAL MIN0TAUR
Keith Gray
Written by Keith Gray
Keith has been contributing to the news on the TrueGaming Network since 2010. He's the resident fan of racing games. Outside of gaming, Keith is a qualified accountant so numbers really speak to him! Other hobbies include swimming and wheelchair basketball.