[UPDATE] Forza Horizon 4 Demo Listed On Microsoft Xbox Store, Could Come Anytime Today

Forza Horizon 4 Demo

[ UPDATE ] The free demo is live now on Microsoft Xbox Store.


Forza Horizon 4 is coming out on October 2, 2018 and Playground Games have remained mum on any demo version announcement. However, if you visit official Microsoft Xbox Store page you will find Forza Horizon 4 demo listed without any release date.

The page also suggests that the Forza Horizon 4 Demo size will be 27.83 GB. Since the demo version is listed recently on website, it can potentially come out any time today.

Also, it has been revealed that both Toyota and Mitsubishi will not be featuring their cars in Forza Horizon 4. Lets find out about it more in Forza Horizon 4 Demo. Also, this comes at a time that when fans were waiting to drive their favorite cars in what it looks like, the best racing game of 2018 so far.

The final car list for Forza Horizon 4 was revealed recently and it showed a lot of cars but 2 major brands of the automotive history were missing from it. Mitsubishi is completely out with not a single car in the game and Toyota has three cars, which are specially built from other racing teams or modifying companies. These include the 2016 Toyota Land Cruiser Arctic Trucks AT37, 2007 Toyota Hilux Arctic Trucks AT38 and 1993 Toyota #1 T100 Baja Truck.

If you plan on buying Forza Horizon 4 on PC then you should check out the PC requirements that were revealed recently. You will need at least 8GB as minimum condition to run Forza Horizon 4 on your PC with least of a 2GB VRAM. Additionally, if you want eye candy 1080p 60 fps you should have 12GB RAM and 4GB VRAM.

Forza Horizon 4 brings the dynamic season to the franchise. The changing seasons will have impact on the terrain. Say you saw a lake in winter season, but come summer, that will be a wide empty plain for off-road cars.

Also, Playground games have improved the transition between offline to online game. The players can seamlessly connect to online session by one click of button. Playground games have totally vanished the loading times.

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