Forza Horizon 4’s Series 39 continues to hold over fans until 5’s release

Justin Melillo

As we continue to hold out for the upcoming Forza Horizon 5, Forza Horizon 4 is doing its best to hold players over until the November release date. Horizon 4 continues to update players with the Festival Playlists, and although Series 39 doesn’t have anything new as far as any cars are concerned, a new livery with Mexican vibes is available for all players.

A Mexican mural-inspired livery for the 2014 VW Golf R was teased at the end of the festival playlist rundown. The livery can be downloaded by visiting the message center inbox in-game.

Other than that, here’s what the Series 39 Festival Playlist looks like for the upcoming weeks on Forza Horizon 4.

For the summer playlist, three ‘hard to find’ vehicles are up for grabs with Honda Civic ’04, the VW GRC Beetle and the BMW E92 M3 GTS. The ‘rare’ Fairlady Z ’69 is also a prize by completing the Summer Games event. Completing 50% of the playlist earns a Honda Civic ’18 and 80% will win a KTM X-Bow GT4.

The autumn playlist has four ‘hard to find’ cars available to own by completing events. The Peugeot 205 R, the Ferrari Enzo, the Chevy Camaro ’79 and the Hummer H1 can all be earned. Completing 80% of the playlist gets the #23 Porsche 917.

For winter, two more ‘hard to find’ cars are available with the AMC Rebel and the Renault Clio ’16. The ‘rare’ Honda Civic ’84 is a prize, as is the ‘legendary’ Ski Hat clothing option. Completing 50% of the playlist wins a Ford Mustang ’93 and 80% will get a Hoonigan Fiesta.

Finally, spring offers two more ‘hard to find’ cars, the Ford Raptop ’11 and the Holden VL Grp A. The ‘legendary’ Ferrari F50 is also earned by completing the Back to the 90s event. If you complete the Spring Games event, the ‘rare’ Dab emote can be gotten. By completing 80% of this seasonal playlist, the Alpine A110 ’17 can be yours. By completing 80% of the entire Series 39, the Porsche 356 RSR is the reward.

There are a few bug fixes overall in this series update. Some of the things that had stopped updating, such as some progression and stat recording, has been fixed. For stats specifically, 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. Loading problems for Xbox Series X|S players have also been resolved.

Stay tuned here at Traxion for more Forza Horizon news. Let us know in the comments what your thoughts are on the latest Forza Horizon 5 news.

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