Forza Horizon 4 Might Add More Japanese Cars In Update 27

Forza Horizon 4's 27th update will, as usual, drop some highly requested cars for us fans. The update isn't here yet, however, Playground Games have given us clues on their official Twitter account. Luckily, fans have already figured them out.

Forza Horizon 4 Might Add More Japanese Cars In Update 27New month, new update. Playground Games is, as presumed, back with another update for Forza Horizon 4. The content of this update is not confirmed, but fans have figured out what to expect for this update. The official Twitter for Forza Horizon gave us four clues, which obviously refers to cars since the team only gives clues to cars.

Here are all clues which were mentioned on its Twitter. The last code is supposed to be “306383240”:

Now you may wonder what the codes even mean. It’s not that difficult to figure out. These are share codes for types of vinyl, paint jobs and races without spacing between the numbers. If you insert these codes in the game, you will find out that each code gives a hint for the new cars coming.

  • Inserting code “104855485” will show an image of a Transit van giving hints for Lexus IS F 
  • Inserting code “104798896” shows a vinyl with the text GT86 (which refers to Toyota GT86)
  • Inserting code “517942019” will take you to a race, and the route is formed after the letters of Lexus RCF
  • Inserting code “306383240” leads you to a stock Nissan 370z tune, but with the name “FD” (stands for Formula Drift). This car was also found in the leaked list of cars coming to Forza

Playground Games’ next monthly livestream will confirm whether it’s true or not, but adding these cars would make sense. Considering they now have a license to add Toyota and Lexus, and the FD car was on the leaked list. The stream will, most likely, take place on Forza‘s YouTube channel next week. Make sure you don’t miss it!

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