Forza Horizon 4 Update 29 Adds Rare German Cars

Forza Horizon 4's 29th update is here already, bringing new content to the game and additional graphics upgrades for Xbox Series X players. Despite the rush of this update, Playground games have managed to add enough content to cover another month.

Forza Horizon 4 Update 29 Adds German Legendary Cars

Quite a busy month in the Playground Games studio with the launch of Xbox Series X. Update 29 arrives earlier than usual because Forza Horizon 4 needs to be optimised for the next-generation consoles. Along with the next-generation upgrades, the studio have also decided to drop the monthly cars as well. The team announced this on Twitter, and gave clues for the upcoming cars along with this announcement. And, somehow, the community has already figured out the cars.

The community members have managed to disclose their clues and published it on social media platforms such as reddit. Apparently, the following cars will be added into the update:

  • 1995 BMW 850 CSI
  • 1987 Mercedes AMG Hammer
  • 1990 Porsche 911 Singer

As we presume, these cars will be available through the Festival Playlist, meaning they’re free for everyone. Since the Xbox One X drops in a few days, players will then be able to explore the British Horizon festival with much faster loading times at 4K resolution. However, Xbox Series X will not have exclusive access to certain features than Xbox one/PC players. Further information about this update, and hopefully future updates, will be announced today by the team during their monthly livestream.

Forza Horizon 4 - Official Launch Trailer

Playground Games is likely to return next month with a 30th update for the game, perhaps even larger. Make sure you tune into ForzaMonthly on Youtube today for get more in-depth details.

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