As has become customary for Microsoft's Forza Horizon series, a demo has arrived for the latest submission of the franchise (in this case Forza Horizon 4), giving virtual racing enthusiasts the opportunity to play a few weeks before the official take a release.
The demo, which you can now extract from the Microsoft Store, is 27.8 GB and can be downloaded on both Windows 10 PCs and Xbox One consoles.
In Forza Horizon 4 the action has been moved to Great Britain, allowing players to race around the picturesque villages of the English countryside as they experience all four seasons for the first time.
The release of the demo also coincides with the Announcement that Forza Horizon 4 & # 39; gone gold & # 39; has become, which means that the basic game is officially completed and that Microsoft can now start squeezing retail discs and start preparing for digital distribution.
License for sensation
In addition to this news, it has also been revealed that the previously announced "Best of Bond Car Pack & # 39; now will be released as & # 39; Day One & # 39; DLC, meaning it will be available early as part of the Forza Horizon 4 Ultimate Edition on September 28, 2018.
Well-known Bond cars that are included in the package are the Aston Martin DB5 from 1964, inspired by Goldfinger (1964), Thunderball (1965), GoldenEye (1995), Skyfall (2012) and Specter (2015), the Aston Martin DBS from 1969 by On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969), the AMC Hornet X Hatchback from 1974 by The Man With the Golden Gun (1974), the Lotus Esprit S1 from 1977 by The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), the Citroën 2CV6 from 1981 from For Your Eyes Only (1981), the Aston Martin V8 from 1986 from The Living Daylights (1987), the BMW Z8 from 1999 from The World is Not Enough (1999), the 2008 Aston Martin DBS from Quantum of Solace (2008), the Jaguar C-X75 from 2010 from Specter (2015)) and the 2015 Aston Martin DB10 from Specter (2015).
In a movement that only if & # 39; extremely British & # 39; can be described, the DLC will also include additional 007-thematics for fans, including two James Bond outfits and six "Quick Chat" phrases for use during multiplayer games, which we must adopt come in the form from spicy one-liners.
It has also been found that some cars have their own Q-style gadgets, such as the Aston Martin DB5 from 1964, which will use extendable bumper frames and a rotating license plate.