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Forza Horizon 4 Review

  • First Released Sep 28, 2018
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Playground Games continues to master the art of driving games that are both accessible and complex, and Horizon 4's numerous meaningful changes keep the series lively and looking fantastic.

Editor's note: With the launch of the Xbox Series X and S, Forza Horizon 4 has been optimized to take advantage of the next-gen hardware. Below are our impressions of how the game runs on Series X, written by Mike Epstein. You can also read our full Xbox Series X review for an in-depth breakdown of the console. Continue after the break for the original Forza Horizon 4 review.

Forza Horizon 4 is part of a small crop of Xbox One games that will be optimized to take advantage of the new powers of the Xbox Series X at launch. With the next-gen update, which Xbox One players get at no extra cost, Forza Horizon 4 will allow you to burn rubber across the English countryside at 4K resolution and 60 frames per second, as opposed to choosing between the two high-performance modes as you would on the Xbox One X. As with other Xbox One games, optimized or not, the Series X also cuts down load times. The game's long initial load on Xbox One goes from over a minute on an Xbox One X to less than 30 seconds on the Series X.

It's the best of both worlds, and the best Forza Horizon 4 has ever looked. (And it was already quite a looker.) In 4K, every detail looks sharp, from the stone walls you'll bust through every time you take a bad angle on a turn to the dials on your car's dash when you take a tour of the interior in your garage. At 60 frames per second, the more fluid animation intensifies the sense of speed that builds when you shift into high gear, whether you're gracefully drifting around sharp turns on Edinburgh's streets or launching off a ramp in the English countryside. The Xbox One X gave us a glimpse of next-gen gaming by allowing us to choose between these two technical advancements, but the Series X gives us the complete picture by combining them to make games that are incredibly detailed and smooth.

Just over two years after launch, Forza Horizon 4's "just drive and have fun" mandate is just as inviting as it was at the time. Constantly encouraging, the balance of tight, precision driving and a free-wheeling mood makes it a pleasure to bounce around from race to race, using all kinds of cars. It's brimming with things to do, but when a driving game looks and feels this good, you don't even need a race. It's fun to just grab a new car and see where the road takes you. – Mike Epstein, 5 November 2020. The original review, first published in September 2018, continues below.


Forza Horizon is a series that has always managed to deftly balance accessibility and complexity. It takes the realistic driving mechanics of Forza Motorsport but ditches the intimidating nature of professional racing and ruthless competition. Instead, it uses vibrant locations and positive vibes to amplify and celebrate the joys of driving--the giddiness of speed, the awe of vibrant scenery, and the spectacle of shiny cars. Forza Horizon 4 upholds this tradition. Meaningful changes add interesting gameplay considerations and improve progression flow, on top of its already accommodating difficulty options, a smorgasbord of vehicles, and a beautiful open world overflowing with activities. With Horizon 4, Playground Games continues to excel at making the act of virtual driving exciting, approachable, and entertaining without sacrificing complexity.

Horizon's fourth open-world locale is a version of Great Britain that amalgamates and condenses iconic regions of England, Scotland, and Wales, offering some fantastic terrain to explore. The rolling hills of the English countryside make cross-country driving more thrilling, the Scottish Highlands offer breathtaking highway routes, and the city of Edinburgh's windy, hilly streets serve as an interesting location for street races.

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But the biggest change to Horizon is the introduction of seasons. Horizon's Britain cycles between summer, autumn, winter, and spring--and the weather in each season affects the world in tangible ways. These range from the obvious, like bodies of water freezing over, to the near-imperceptible, like the change in temperature affecting your tires. But seasons truly require you to adapt both your technique and your vehicle, and this variety produces a unique dynamic--the same dirt course you drive in summer will be boggy after an autumn rain, and asphalt roads will get slicker during the winter snow. In the first few hours of Horizon 4, the seasons will change after you've completed a number of activities, and this quick cycle reveals how necessary it is to consider and adjust your driving. But once you complete a whole cycle, the implementation of seasons changes: They'll then be tied to an online server, synchronized for all players, and will rotate every seven days.

Online functionality has a larger emphasis in Horizon 4--when playing solo, the game will discreetly connect you into an online session with up to 72 other players. You can also form a convoy of up to 12 people, as well as compete in ranked or unranked team adventures for seasonal prizes. It's still easy to focus on playing solo at your own pace, and you can still go offline completely and drive against AI. But Horizon 4's expanded online functionality does offer worthwhile activities to encourage you to connect with other people. Head-to-head races are more interesting against actual human beings, and the weekly change in weather comes with a selection of limited-time, season-specific races and championships as well as challenge missions.

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Horizon also features recurring "#Forzathon Live" public events, which puts the call out to players in a session to gather together and cooperate to hit a combined score pool in a certain activity. You'll earn currency to spend in an exclusive Forzathon shop if you're successful, but these events become tedious quickly, as you'll be running the same activity--like a single drift zone or danger jump--repeatedly until the group hits the score target.

But the missed opportunity of Forzathon Live events is just a tiny scuff in Horizon's otherwise comprehensive and inviting gamut of activities. Irrespective of online seasonal events, there are a large number of vehicular disciplines to pursue, the majority of which allow you the great flexibility of shaping a race around your vehicle of choice--though you'll still need to use your best cars to perform well in things like speed and drift challenges. You're also now able to create your own custom courses, and the series' more creative pursuits return with story missions--which feature things like stunt driving and nice homages to other racing games--and the entertaining, if highly choreographed, showcase races against things like planes, trains, and Halo's Warthogs.

Progression has changed from Forza Horizon 3--you no longer expand multiple festival sites to uncover activities. Instead, each discipline has its own corresponding progression meter. Participating in a particular kind of activity enough times, win or lose, will eventually level up that discipline, reward you, and unlock more activities of that kind on the map. It's an exciting and friendly system that stretches you out to the furthest reaches of the world quickly, makes it feel like something new and interesting to do is always nearby, and rewards you no matter what you decide to participate in and how you perform. Even after hours and hours of play, Horizon 4 kept revealing surprises by introducing brand-new styles of activities, keeping the game's flow feeling fresh.

It always feels like there's a reward in reach, too. With both individual meters for disciplines and an overall progression meter, you're often just a couple more races away from earning a level-up prize. The slot machine-style wheelspins also return, now with a variant that lets you pull for three prizes, and thankfully they still remain siloed from any real-world monetary transactions. Horizon 4 has a larger variety of potential rewards, too. The bigger focus on online interactions means driver customization is a big deal, which throws hundreds of unisex clothing options, quick chat phrases, and dance emotes into the pool. This means you might occasionally get a boring prize like a pair of shoes, but the pace of compensation is steady enough to make this negligible and also makes the rare occasion of nabbing a free car all the more satisfying.

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Horizon 4 boasts 100 more vehicles over its predecessor, with a total of 450 in the base game. While Japanese car enthusiasts will definitely notice the absence of Mitsubishi and Toyota vehicles (no more Initial D Sprinter), Volkswagen has held over from Motorsport 7 (bringing classic Beetles, Kombis, and Golfs), as have a few new vehicles like racing trucks. Once again, Horizon features an array of tinkering options for enthusiasts, as well as auto-upgrade options and a number of accommodating driving assists for those who'd rather only think about accelerating and turning.

Regardless of how you drive, vehicles feel weighty, handle believably, and each one now has its own individual perk tree. Earning skill points while performing both reckless and prudent driving maneuvers will allow you to unlock nodes that add buffs to your skill point accumulation, or earn one-off rewards like wheelspins or influence (the game's experience measure). It's a great change from Horizons 3's global skill tree, because it encourages you to stick with a vehicle, get to know it intimately, and have the advantage of a higher rate of reward. Skill points come readily if you're driving at least somewhat competently, and you're free to use points you earn on any vehicle, which makes swapping your go-to car less of a blow to your progression if you've already banked some extra points.

Horizon's global perks have been transferred to another new feature, Properties, which replace festival sites as your garage and customization hubs. Finding and buying properties around the map is relatively expensive, but the perks some contain are useful, and properties all act as valuable fast travel points. Fast travel still costs you in-game currency, at least until you find and break all 50 fast-travel boards, but Horizon 4 does make other very welcome improvements in the interest of accessibility and quality of life, including the ability to change cars for free and at any time.

There's such a diverse range of activities stuffed into every corner of Horizon 4, and meaningful changes contribute to smart driving dynamics and a more consistent sense of achievement. Everything you do in Horizon feels valuable, no matter how big or small--from the basic thrills of speeding a fast car down a gorgeous mountain highway to spending time tinkering with your favorite ride to manage seasonal road conditions to just hanging out with friends and strangers online and goofing off in friendly games. The charm of the Horizon series is as palpable as ever, a winning, all-inclusive recipe that celebrates the joy of driving above all else.

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The Good

  • Visually stunning open world overflowing with activities
  • Seasons create tangible changes which value your consideration
  • Large range of difficulty modifiers creates a broadly welcoming experience
  • Big assortment of vehicles that continue to look and handle superbly
  • Online functionality creates the impression of a dynamic world
  • Meaningful improvements enhance accessibility and gameplay flow

The Bad

  • Forzathon Live events are tedious

About the Author

In the past two years, Edmond has road-tripped across both Great Britain and Australia, and drifted cars on a frozen lake. Horizon is cheaper, though. He spent roughly 37 hours playing on PC with additional testing on Xbox One X, listening to nothing but Timeless FM, using a code provided by Microsoft.
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Yawn another yearly forza . Slap a new number on the end of the title , $60+ price tag, and then throw it on the shelf. The fools will run to buy it. Actually...you can't blame them though. There's no other games so you gotta buy this pretty much by default.

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The game is awesome, but why are so many of the clothes for your character feminine? I get that there are female gamers out there, but there are more dudes playing forza.

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So I've never played a Forza game. Last game like this for me was Burnout Paradise. And I think in terms of open world racing Test Drive Unlimited. In that game you could go inside your house and kit it out a bit, I liked that.

You can't do that in Forza Horizon 4, but I just picked up an Xbox One X (I'm a PC gamer at heart, with a Steam Link and everything) - but for the no brainer, no PC upgrade, stupid graphics 4K in my newly updated home theater etc... I got that system, and this game.

So much to like, but I do wish I could have some more requirement to get new races and cars and what not than just completing a race. I want to be required to come in podium at least to advance. On the map I see the races that are completed, with no info on if I came in 11th or 2nd. I want to know! Experiementing with the thousands of actual real world cars on different tracks, terrains, weather, seasons, etc, and just being aware of what I'm winning at... and earning my place in the racing career.

Look, I'm 43, and I don't want to be overchallenged to death, 60+ hour gaming campaigns are too much, ...as much as I might try to finish Assassins Creed IV Black Flag (yeah remember that one?) or Skyrim, or Kingdom Come Deliverance, or Pillars of Eternity 2 (I almost started that one)...

so I want much of my gaming to be simpler, easier, take less time, etc. But still the challenge for racing needs ta feel a bit more urgent.

I loved Dirt 3.

I can't wait for ForzAa hORIzon 5 with seasons in a locale where I should drive on the right side of the street, I'm not that drunk. Thank and you and good night.

PS this game is so pretty.

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@MashedBuddha: You'd be better off with Horizon 3. I'm about done with 4 now seeing as the multiplayer is awful. Team adventure I'm talking about. Get rid of everything that made the previous Horizons so good and force that trash down our throats. 1,2 then 3 were games I played almost daily until the next came out. I can't get much gaming in this week due too much work on but I honestly don't miss FH4. I do however miss the online racing of FH3. Guess I'll be going back to that.

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More of the same crap over and over. Yap racing nevers gets old or boring.

But but but I could just play this crap on my " Big Rig " with 100x Better frame rate and make you peasants play on your slower frame rate, and dust collector, Crap Box Zero X.

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@Terminator95: I'm having a real hard time parsing your comment, what are you trying to communicate here? And why are you so hung up on the amount of units each console sales? It's a little weird!

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@Terminator95: carp like the fish?

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@shadowofnoc1: I love how he edits his spelling error, but leaves his even dumber comment untouched lol!

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@Terminator95:

"More of the same carp over and over"

You've been on this site since 2005 saying the same stuff though.

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@freeryu: It’s not in playstation so he’s jealous.

Nothing new with this one. Just look at his post history. He’s insanely jealous of anything remotely related to the Xbox brand.

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@Sevenizz: AGAIN ! How Many units have Xbox Sold ????? Compare to the PS4 ?
Yeah that shut you up.

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@Terminator95: why does that matter? It’s an awesome game. Spider-Man is awesome and so is this, both companies done amazing with their releases.

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@Terminator95: Justin Beiber also outsells most popular artists. I guess he’s the most talented pop star in history, right?

Man, jealousy makes people say the dumbest things.

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@Sevenizz: Sony PS4 = 85 Million World Wide

Xbox = 25 Million.

The Truth hurts.

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@Terminator95: Now you’re just boring me.

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Having a lot more fun with this iteration than the last. Wonder why as they appear to be the same game, but the feel of it makes me want to drive more.

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I lean towards Sony and PS due to obvious reasons but this franchise is awesome will be picking this up on Xbox One when price is down.

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At last we can drive on the correct side of the road.

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@BabeNewelll: Yeah, I thought that was a little weird. I wonder why they don't have us drive on the left side of the road which is accurate for Britain?

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@BabeNewelll: Yeah. Same like the last one. They drive on the left in Oz aswell.

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thanks Edmond Tran, change seasons in game very good for me, forza horizon 4 best reacing game in 2018.

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MS: We finally got another exclusive!

Me: It is about time!

MS: Will you be buying it?

Me: Yes.

MS: On Xbox One?

Me: Nope. PC.

It has only been recently since Forza has come to PC, and however people feel about it, the game is still great.

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@Cashmoney007: What is your point? You make it sound like having a choice of PC vs console is a bad thing for MS. It isn't. MS is slowly building a gaming ecosystem that spans multiple hardware devices and gamers benefit from this. Choice is a good thing.

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@Tomcat2007: Forza is not a good enough reason to buy an Xbox One because many of these games are on PC. MS had a good E3, but they went pretty silent after that. Choices are fine, but unless a person is a blind fanboy, then the best choice IMO is buying Forza on PC. The reality is that MS needs to get their act together and start pumping out more quality exclusives besides Forza.

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@Cashmoney007: Since a passable Gaming PC comes at a insane price (almost any Graphics Card under 700€ isn´t even worth mentioning because of the lack of direct support) and its other several problems I don´t think its that obvious.The PC isn´t dead buts overstayed its welcome after Tablets made its way into mass-market.
And: Why should MS care anyway? The Consoles are just expensive for them.They get their money through selling games and the System doesn´t matter.

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@Ash2X: Hmm, I guess it depends on what you consider to be an "insane" price- but for near $1,000 you can get an incredibly competent gaming PC that is capable of doing Ultra Settings at 1080p for most games. My graphics card is near the top of the line, and it can be bought for $500 or less.

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@p1p3dream: Thats the point: You pay near 1000$ for a PC who can do almost less then a 500$ Console.Of course you can build a much cheaper PC with cheaper parts,but if you pay less you are almost shure to regret it.
Overall it depends on the Software which is often poorly optimized as well,but from my experience its almost only Free-2-Play games who are well done in that regard,because they only can generate Money if as much as possible players are able to play.And Blizzard games.Diablo 3 and StarCraft 2 ran great on much "should be underpowered" Systems.Thats why almost only games like that Top the charts.

I turned away from PC-Gaming a while ago because I didn´t want to feel like I should upgrade something to get a decent performance and have to rely on Community-Patches to make things work like they should.Then a new offical GraCa-Drivers ruined my System a few times,I bought a new card and a few Months later it happend again...I´m done.
Of course its not always Sunshine and Lollipops on Console,but at least I don´t think every time I play about paying another 40€ for RAM just to have a more relyable gaming-experience.
And most Games,even without a Patch,run great on the X.

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@Ash2X: Your point is valid- Console gaming is definitely less complicated to get into. I just did some quick research though, and it looks like prices are lower than I originaly thought. You can actually get a completely competent PC for about 600 dollars. And it's not a crappy / cheap PC either, you can get a Dell Inspiron with a Nvidia 1060 video card with all the bells and whistles for 600 bucks. And of course you get the benefit of being able to do a lot more than just play games on a PC. I can understand though if you had a bad experience, PC gaming is not for everyone. I support both play styles. :)

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@Cashmoney007: 2 1/2 years since Forza first came to PC

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This sounds awesome. Downloading demooo!

EDIT: Something kind of funny about a 30 gigabyte demo. There was a time when the internet would be set ablaze over something like that, with whole articles dedicated to the insanity. ;)

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Honestly, this game cannot come fast enough. I think I put more time into Forza Horizon 3 than any other game this generation except maybe GTA V. Will likely still be playing this come this time next year. I would honestly buy an Xbox for the Forza series alone. Then again, racing has always been one of my favorite genre's and right now, Forza owns the genre.

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Is it correct that it’s available on gamepass too for xbox?

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@lastofus234: Yep, Loving that I don't have to buy it. Pretty amazing that they would release such a high profile game at launch for such a service. Its what got me to sign up.

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@RighteousNixon: oh wow gamepass bound huh? Sweet.

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Great.Can't wait to play it

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I would like to coin a phrase here. It doesn't apply to this game necessarily, but I want credit for it whenever it's used. 'Compaytition'.

Whoever pays most wins and all players agree.

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@consolehaven: I feel like you need to take this one back to the shop for just a bit more tinkering.

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@consolehaven: I think i disagree. Can you explain?

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@6t4gp: it doesn’t and shouldn’t apply here, but, have people be on a server where you agree to pay to win the competition. It’s like pay2win but in the context of a compaytition, everyone agrees that the player who pays the most wins the most.. like an auction.

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@6t4gp: He made up a word which has nothing to do with this game, but chose now to drop it on us.

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@gunnyninja: yeah. Sorry.

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Forza Horizon 4

First Released Sep 28, 2018
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For the first time in the racing and driving genre, experience dynamic seasons in a shared open-world.

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