Bad news! Series 32 of Forza Horizon 4 is delayed

Thomas Harrison-Lord
Ford RS200 in Forza Horizon 4

Having been revealed during the recent Forza Monthly stream, Series 32 of Forza Horizon 4 has much to get players excited about. There were rare cars to collection from the Festival Playlist, two new Mustangs to snag and lots of events to boost your car count.

But developer Playground Games also announced that they had a technical error and it may not release on the scheduled 11th February. Uh oh.

Sadly, this hasn’t been rectified on time, so the game has reverted back to a ‘back-up’ Festival Playlist – which is live in the game right now.

While having the two new cars would have been nice, the back-up playlist does include lots of events to get your teeth stuck into.

While having the two new cars would have been nice, the back-up playlist does include the Lamborghini Aventador ‘12 as a 50% completion bonus for every event and the Ferrari 250 TR for 80%.

In Summer, highlights include being able to pick up the Honda Prelude ‘94, the Honda Civic Type R ‘04, a Ferrari 488 Pista ‘19, McLaren 600LT and the KTM X-Bow GT4. 50% nets you a Green Man costume, 80% a Ford Crown Victoria. Plus, multiple Super Wheelspins, where you could win cash, clothing and additional cars.

Moving to Autumn and the rare cars that catch our eyes are the Mercedes-Benz X-Class pick-up, a pretty Fiat Dino, the ginormous Hummer H1 and a Volkswagen Golf R ‘10. Oh yeh, and a load more Super Wheelspins. 50% complete nets you a Ferrari 512 S, 80% an Alien Morph Suit.

Alongside even more Super Wheelspins, Winter brings with it events where you can pick up the ATS GT’18 for 50% complete, and a McLaren 12C for 90% completion. The hard-to-find cars are a Chevrolet ZR2 pick-up, Jeep Cherokee ‘14 SRT, McLaren 720S Spider and Ford F-150 DD.

Finally, Spring packs a Lamborghini Diablo GTR for 50% completion and a Lotus Elise ‘05 for 80%, alongside a further three Super Wheelspins. The vehicles that caught our eye were the Ford Raptor ‘11, Buick GSX, Chevy Impala ‘96, Pontiac T/A ‘73 and the Volkswagen I.D R electric racer that usually commands a 6.5m credit premium in the Auction House.

No Forza Edition vehicles look to be available this season in what can be seen as a bit of a damp squib on the surface. If you’re looking to expand your range of cars, there’s plenty for you to go here. If, however, you’ve already invested many hours into the game, you may want to wait until the originally revealed content arrives.

As ever, stay tuned to Traxion and we’ll let you know as soon as the all-new proposed content releases.

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