With a new Forza Horizon game potentially a while away yet, the fourth instalment in the series looks set to be receiving further updates in 2021. Hot on the heels of the Super7 Community Challenge mode, an Xbox Series S and X upgrade and Season 30 cars comes three new cars as part of Season 31.
31! That’s got to be some sort of post-release support record?
At the top of this list is a couple of Chevrolet models, chief of which is the C8 Corvette. The first ever production mid-engine Corvette in the 68-year history of the fabled sportscar is now available and becomes available after completing the ‘Find New Roads Seasonal Championship’ in game.
Perhaps less fabled than the Corvette comes a 90s ‘muscle’ car in the form of the Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z. Its 5.7L V8 delivers a fairly uninspiring 225 hp. Oh, dear. Still, if you’d like to drive this slice of Americana, it’s unlocked by completing 50% of the Winter Playlist.
Last but not least (ish) is the diminutive Honda S800. Speed is not the forte of this Japanese roadster from 1970, but it is iconic. Not least for its classic lines, but the 800cc motorcycle engine under the bonnet that delivered peak power at 8,500 rpm. The S800 replaced the S600, which was Honda’s first ever mass-marketed road car, so this is from the very early days of Honda’s four-wheeled division.
To unlock this weapon, complete the ‘That’s 70’s Championship’ series.
Season 31 and these three new cars are part of a general update for the game, launching today, 13th January 2021. Other small fixes include:
- Fixed an issue that prevented the player from chapter 1 of the Top Gear story.
- Fixed an issue that would cause some players to be put into a different car when relaunching the game on Xbox One Series S/X
- Made some minor fixes to the Quadra V-Tech, including fixes for behaviour in the Paint Shop and ForzaVista
Keep your eyes on Traxion as we’ll keep you in the loop about all upcoming Forza Horizon 4 news, let us know in the comments which of these three cars you’d like to try first.