Forza Horizon 4, which will be released on Xbox One and Windows 10 on October 2 is expected to do even better than its predecessor, especially since it will be available on Xbox Game Pass on launch day.
There's no exact time frame for the demo's release, though it's clearly pencilled in for launch on September 12.
If you have Mixer, you can start earning Influence in the Forza Horizon 4 demo that you can use in the main game. It does say, however, that the seasons will shift as you play, which is one of the major new features in the main game. Are any of you planning on picking up Forza Horizon 4? Players will be able to play in solo or team up with others to explore handsome and historic Britain in a shared open world.
The Bond Car Pack will automatically be included with the Ultimate Edition, and can also be purchased separately for those that get the standard version.
The big new open-world element for Forza Horizon 4 is shifting seasons, and you'll be able to experience all four of them in the demo. The auto list features modern classics like the BMW Z8 from The World Is Not Enough as well as a bevy of classic Aston Martin models, including the most-featured vehicle in Bond film history - the Aston Martin DB5. Of the game's 450-plus cars, you have access to about 10. "For example, the 1964 Aston Martin DB5 will feature numerous gadgets such as revolving number plate and extendable bumper rams", Xbox wrote.
Here's the full lineup of James Bond Edition cars inspired by the films in the Best of Bond Car Pack.
How do I get the Forza Horizon 4 demo?
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