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Developer Turn 10 has announced that it'll be sunlighting Forza Horizon 2 and will be removing the title from the Xbox Store next month With...
Last month saw the launch of Forza Horizon 2 Presents Fast & Furious 7, a spin-off title which saw a handful of cars from the movie being accurately recreated in Forza Horizon 2. The only issue was, those that own the both game, and this spin-off title had to decide whether they wanted the full Forza Horizon 2 experience, or the chance to race around in some bad-ass cars as unfortunately neither title crossed over. Thankfully (or not so depending on your view on DLC) Microsoft has released some new DLC for Forza Horizon 2 bringing the Furious 7 cars into the full game.
If you've spent a good amount of time on Forza Horizon 2 you'll have noticed that despite the weather becoming a little stormy, it's been a pleasant southern European shower that's usually more welcomed than detested after a hot afternoon. This week however comes Storm Island a new set of DLC that's bringing the pain of bad weather right to Forza Horizon 2 offering a much more challenging terrain and deadly weather conditions that's not for the feint hearted.
Microsoft have revealed the second car pack for their latest Forza title, Forza Horizon 2 which includes a handful of both new and retro cars as well as detailing another free car that all players of Forza Horizon 2 will be able to take onto the open roads of Southern Europe.
Microsoft Studios have this week launched the first of many DLC packs for their latest racer, Forza Horizon 2, which offers players six brand new cars for them to hop in and drive as they follow the Horizon Festival throughout southern Europe. The DLC costs just £2.43 and features both new and classic cars.
Bad news Xbox 360 Forza Horizon 2 players, what you see is what you get I'm afraid as Turn 10 Studios has today announced that the last-gen version of Forza Horizon 2 won't receive any DLC at all, not just a delay, none at all. To add salt to that fresh wound they also revealed that credits and cars earned through the Forza Rewards scheme will also not be redeemable.
Microsoft have released the first of many car pack DLC's for the Xbox One version of its latest open-world racing title, Forza Horizon 2, which adds a collection of six new cars to players garages. The car pack brings a mix of new and classic cars such as the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT and the 1957 Maserati 300 S.
Forza is a game that I've admittedly not had too much experience with. The reason for this is because I found that it was a little too realistic and required you to actually drive properly in order to get ahead of everyone else, there's also a heavy emphasis on real-word tracks and circuits which don't offer much in the way of freedom. For some the Forza series offers gamplay other racing games do not, but for me, I'm happy to just blast around a track drifting into the barriers and oversteering into corners taking out whoever is in my way, something that games like Need for Speed allow you to do without repercussions. But Forza Horizon on the other hand offers a more open-world experience than Forza Motorsport, so here's my thoughts on the latest demo for Forza Horizon 2.
Forza Horizon fans! Your next-gen Forza Horizon experience is just around the corner as Microsoft and Playground Games have today announced that Forza Horizon 2 has gone gold! That means that the game is fully complete and that it's now on its way to the presses! Or if you've adopted digital downloads - being prepared for you to download. What's more, today is the launch of the demo for Forza Horizon 2 on Xbox One too so you can check out the game before splashing the cash on the title.
Forza Horizon 2 doesn't launch in the UK until October 3 but that hasn't stopped Microsoft from releasing the launch trailer a few weeks early to not only show off some of the gorgeous environments that'll be whizzing past players in the game, but it also shows off how amazing the game will look on the Xbox One.
For those of you keeping track on Forza Horizon 2, you'll already know that almost 200 cars have been confirmed to be included in the game, now Microsoft have announced when we'll all get the chance to burn some rubber in the games Southern European setting, Microsoft has also released all of the achievements that players will be able to earn when the game launches on September 30.
The Xbox 360 and Xbox One versions of Forza Horizon 2 are set to be two completely different games, developer Playground Games told Digital Spy. The Xbox One version will be the main version of the game, with the Xbox 360 version offering a unique experience "inspired by the same ideas" as the Xbox One version.
During Microsoft's press conference at E3 this evening they kept up their promise and released the full gameplay trailer for the recently announced Forza Horizon 2.
Microsoft have revealed via IGN that a new Forza Horizon is coming, unsurprisingly titled, Forza Horizon 2, and will be coming to Xbox One, what's more it'll also be coming to Xbox 360 but will be handled by a different studio, and not Playground Games, the original developers of Forza Horizon.