Cyberpunk 2077’s Quadra V-Tech Is Coming to Forza Horizon 4

The hype about the 30th update of Forza was big, now even bigger. Recently, community members spotted some Cyberpunk content in the game, suggesting Forza and Cyberpunk have partnered up to bring some more content for Forza.

Cyberpunk 2077's Quadra V-Tech  is coming to Forza Horizon 4

Update 30 for Forza Horizon 4 came with a brand new game mode and a bunch of fancy vehicles available for all players. As most players assumed, all the new content would be revealed during Playground Game’s monthly livestream. Turns out they didn’t quite show us everything. The Quadra V-Tech, from Cyberpunk 2077, suddenly appears in races and free roam as NPC. This approached as surprise to everyone within the Forza community. Even though it’s not the first time Forza partners up with other studios, nobody saw this coming. Nor did we see any official announcements from the studios. Quadra V-Tech is a futuristic vehicle producing around 600 horsepower. Judging by Cyberpunk gameplay, people can’t tell whether it’s a roaring V8 or just a large V6 engine, but once it’s accessible, the mystery will be solved. 

Quadra V-Tech spotted as a driving NPC in Forza

Quadra V-Tech spotted as a driving NPC in Forza

In 2016 we saw Forza’s first partnership with Fallout. They delivered a rather funky looking car named Chryslus Rocket ’69. Unfortunately, it did not gather much attention. The same year, Playground Games decided to partner up with the developers of Halo to bring back the Warthog to the titles (previously featured in Forza Motorsport 4). The following year, Forza Horizon 3 featured the Quartz Regalia from Final Fantasy. No one really knows why Playground Games add such cars, but it could come down to marketing purposes. Either they get paid for adding these vehicles, or it’s simply cheaper than adding a regular car. Considering it’s not a real car, developers of Cyberpunk most likely got a finished model of the car.

Whether the content will be free or not will remain unknown until Playground Games officially announce about this. The developers, however, did give a small hint on Twitter that the car is probably going to be playable soon, but nothing clear. Usually, all the new content coming to Forza Horizon 4 nowadays is free and, therefore, you should expect it to be free for everyone. Since it doesn’t appear in this month’s Festival Playlist, perhaps you should check your in-game mailbox under the category gifts. The car could appear anytime soon.

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