The monthly slew of ‘hard to find’, ‘rare’ and ‘legendary’ cars for the next series of Forza Horizon 4 were all unveiled on Monday in the reveal of the Series 40 Festival Playlist..
While new content was once again absent from the lineup, as things continue to gear up towards Forza Horizon 5, there were some decent rewards shown off to collect in this latest Series.
The entire festival, as always being split into the four seasons, has an 80% completion reward of a Saleen S1 from 2018. Check out what each individual season has to offer below.
The first season on the playlist, summer offers a Mazda Cosmo for 50% completion and a Maserati MC12 for 80% completion. A ‘legendary’ Peugeot 207 S can be unlocked in the season Trial. Two ‘hard to find’ vehicles in the form of a 2011 Citroën DS 3 Racing and a 1973 Pontiac Trans Am can be earned here as well as a ‘rare’ Ferrari 360 CS and the ‘legendary’ clothing option, the Modern Race Suit Grey.
Next up, in autumn, a 1965 Pontiac GTO is obtained by completing 80% of the playlist. A ‘hard to find’ Mercedes-Benz X-Class is earned by completing this trial. Three other ‘hard to find’ machines, the BMW M3-GTR, a 1995 Nissan GT-R and a McLaren 12C are available in this season. Also, the ‘rare’ Mercedes-Benz G 65 can be won by completing the Autumn Games challenge.
In the winter, A Rover SD1 can be yours at 50% completion while a Koenigsegg CCX is there for you at 80% completion. A ‘hard to find’ Chevrolet ZR2 is waiting if you complete the trial. Two ‘hard to find’ cars, the Ford Mustang S5 and a 2018 Mercedes-Benz GT 4, can both be gotten here. An ‘epic’ Ford Fiesta GRC can be won here, and to get in the spirit of Forza Horizon 5 perhaps, the Mexican Hat Dance ‘epic’ car horn can also be unlocked in this season.
Finally, the spring brings a TVR Tuscan for 80% completion and a ‘hard to find’ Jeep Wrangler DD for completing the trial. The ‘rare’ Freestyle emote, the ‘epic’ Sequined Flatcap hat, and a ‘legendary’ Ferrari Dino can be won here. Also, the Forza Edition of the Renault 5 Turbo FE is earned by completing the Sacré Blur challenge.
The stats recording issue from the last series update is still being remedied, but in order to help with it, if you’ve been affected, it is recommended to reach out if you feel like things are not correct, as they may not update on their own from when the issue was in play.
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