The almost-three-year-old Forza Horizon 4 is the most successful game in its series and as such has received a bunch of extras. We had two major expansions (Fortune Island and LEGO Speed Champions), offering a variety of cars from James Bond fleet to Hot Wheels cars. The game has reached its 37th update today, and it has now been announced that it will be the last update with a focus on new content.
You’ve probably already heard that Forza Horizon 5 has been announced and is coming this fall. It is for this reason that the Playgrounds development team is prioritizing this upcoming game, which means that the old Forza Horizon 4 will now fall into the background. In particular, they will no longer receive new content in the form of additional vehicles, mods, etc.
This does not mean that there will be no updates for the game, but the 38th update will start recycling already seen content (events and playlists) from the 7th to the 32nd update. If you’ve just started playing Forza Horizon 4, e.g., after the game arrives on Steam, that won’t be bad news for you. However, the action will soon move to Mexican soil, and from 9 November we expect full support for Forza Horizon 5.