Forza Horizon 4 already received a couple of bug fixes updates since launch, but the first content update for the critically-acclaimed open-world racing game will be available this Thursday, October 25. The release notes have been published on the Forza Motorsport website today (via Eurogamer), and the previously-announced Route Creator will be the main highlight of this update.
The open world in Forza Horizon 4 is pretty massive, and players will soon be able to use the Route Creator to create custom routes from any Asphalt, Dirt or Cross-Country Event starting location. This new feature will be part of the existing Blueprint Creator, which allows players to customize existing races.
In addition to the Route Creator, this first content update will also add a new Horizon Story called ‘British Racing Green’. This one will only be available to players who ave already reached level 50 or higher, and it will focus on “a century of cars built in Britain.”
Last but not least, developer Playground Games has fixed many bugs on Xbox One and PC, and a quit option has also been added in Quickplay Team Adventure after finishing an Adventure. To learn more about the upcoming content update, tune it to Playground Games’ livestream on Mixer later today at 10 AM PST.Further reading: Forza Horizon 4, Video Games, Xbox One