Forza Horizon 4 | Series 37 Update

Jacob Norwood
Monday, June 28, 2021

As you may know, we recently announced the release of Forza Horizon 5 (surprise!) and you might be wondering what that means for Forza Horizon 4. 

 

Although much of the dev team is focused on Forza Horizon 5’s release over the next few months, they are working to ensure that Forza Horizon 4 continues to be a great experience that will keep you behind the wheel. 

 

Starting with next month’s Series 38, the seasonal playlist will become a mixtape of rewards, championships, and challenges from previous updates, starting from Series 7 through Series 32. You can expect more chances at some rare cars and rewards that have only come around a few times, and relive some of your favorite seasonal challenges. 

 

In addition, the team will continue to work with the support team to identify bug fixes that we are able to reproduce and fix.

 

Beyond the release of Forza Horizon 5, we plan to make sure Forza Horizon 4 continues to be a fun experience for everyone and will share details when we are able to. 

 

In the meantime, let’s get into the details of what you can expect in Series 37.

 

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First off, did you solve the latest Worben Wednesday tease?

 

  1. The compass with North pointing towards Guanajuato and East pointing towards a checkmark is a reference to the fact that Querétaro is East of Guanajuato and is where the Vuhl was designed and built.

  2. Coming soon, with a dictionary definition of “soon” is a reference to the long-awaited High Stakes mode of Super7.

 

2017 VUHL 05RR

 

It’s the first supercar of Mexico, and a fitting tease ahead of the opening of the Mexican Festival. The VUHL 05 is lightweight, fast, and distinct in its styling. Each VUHL is handmade, sporting an all-carbon fiber body that makes it less than 1600 pounds. The engine, a 2.3L turbocharged Ford Eco Boost, is located in the back with a turbocharger that takes air directly from the open cockpit. This gives it 360hp and a 0-60 time of 2.7 seconds, thanks to the incredible power-to-weight ratio. The low positioning of the chassis counterbalances that light weight to make cornering at high speeds a cinch.

 

The VUHL won the Race of Champions in 2019, and is available now by completing the seasonal championship “VUHL In The City”.

 

Super7 High Stakes

 

It’s finally here: the evolution of Super7. The new High Stakes mode ramps up the intensity by making both the risk and the reward much greater. In this mode, you have a chance to bank prizes after each round of challenges and walk away with something nice—and if you press on to the next round, those prizes, including more exclusive cars, become more valuable. But if you fail even a single challenge, it all goes away. 

 

Are you willing to step up to the High Stakes? Hold your nerve and earn rewards, or quit while you’re ahead to make sure you don’t leave the Super7 empty handed!

 

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