Forza Horizon 4 fans now have a claimed “all-new way” to play the game, as a result of a refresh to the title’s seasonal content format.
Though the structure of weekly challenges, time-limited championships and extra free content remains, the seasonal setup has been dressed up in a new ‘Festival Playlist’ format that lets players keep track of what tasks they’ve completed.
The Festival Playlist feature also subtly tweaks the way extra content is dished out. Instead of relying on seasonal championships and co-op Trials events to unlock new free cars, players now need to fill up a weekly and seasonal completion bar before they can earn the content on offer.
Players will be kept pretty busy in order to earn all the free gear. In order to earn the 100% reward items, players will need to complete everything in the playlist, ranging from winning specific online multiplayer modes to ticking off every daily Forzathon challenge.
All of the content up for grabs in the latest season at time of writing has been added below, along with their completion requirements. Italicised cars are all-new to the Forza series, and those in bold are prizes that are also listed in the game’s Autoshow new car market.
- 50% completion: 2018 Ford Mustang GT RTR Spec 5
- 100% completion: 1970 Porsche 914/6
- Additional car: 1986 Hoonigan Ford RS200 Evolution
- 50% completion: 2018 Ford #25 RTR Mustang
- 100 completion: 1965 Pontiac GTO
- Additional car: 1999 Lotus Elise Sport 190
- 50% completion: Ford #88 RTR Mustang
- 100% completion: 1950 Hudson Hornet
- 50% completion: 2019 BMW Z4 Roadster
- 100% completion: 2002 BMW M3 GTR
- 50% completion: 1996 Ferrari F50 GT
- 100% completion: 1974 Ford Capri RS3100 Forza Edition