The world of Forza
continues to be a strong presence in the racing scene with Forza Horizon 4
making its way to gamers in just a few months, and many players still enjoying the Motorosport
side of Forza
with the currently available Forza Motorsport 7
With lots of great things that have come to the game and are still to come, one area of discussion for developer Turn 10 has been the prize crates. As you can expect, the community has made plenty of noise about this system and Turn 10 has now decided that they will be completely removing the prize crates from the game. This also means that paid tokens, which you will have seen in previous Forza
titles, will also be no more and won't be included in Forza Horizon 4
Removing the prize crates from the game won't be a simple and quick task as the team still wants to keep access to Driver Gear, Mods, and Badges. This means that the process to remove the system is looking to be finished around winter this year. The process is already in the works as more than 100 previously locked "exclusive" cars have been unlocked and removed completely from prize crates in the game. The prize crates that still remain in the game until later this year will only offer Driver Gear suits, Mods, and badges. Players will no longer be able to gain a competitive edge over the opponents with items and gear obtained from prize crates.
Kiss prize crates goodbye completely towards the end of this year and enjoy a prize crate-freeForza Horizon 4
when it releases on October 2nd.