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FH4 Season Update | Series 6 - Fall

John Schommer
Thursday, February 21, 2019

It’s “back to school” season as the leaves fall in Forza Horizon 4 Series 6’s Autumn. Take a look what the season has in store for you this week. 

 

Autumn | Mainland

On the mainland three new seasonal events are ready to reward you with exclusive cars, are you up to the task?

 

Seasonal: Playground Games

Pick your favorite Retro Muscle Car and head to Mudkickers for a series of five team Playground Games. If your team is triumphant, you get the 2011 Hot Wheels Boneshaker, a rarity in Forza Horizon 4.

 

Seasonal: Street Scene Championship

Hit the streets of Edinburgh in your favorite Retro Hot Hatch. If you come out on top of these street races you will earn the exclusive 1994 Nissan Fairlady Z Version S Twin Turbo.

 

New: Autumn Community Championship

You know you want the Quartz Regalia (not to mention its off-road cousin the Regalia Type D). This is your chance to earn it if you have the stuff to get the win against Expert Drivatars in the C-Class Classic Rally car of your choice. Pro tip: Get your car tuned just right before you start the series so you can be competitive.

 

 

Autumn | Fortune Island

Amidst the wicked weather of Fortune Island we have three more seasonal events to take on this autumn.

 

Horizon Seasonal: Coast to Coast

Get in your best “B”Class Retro Rally ride and see if you can go the distance and come out on top.

 

Horizon Seasonal: King of the Hill

The challenges of Needle Climb are just part of the test you will face in S2-Class Track Toys if you are willing and able to take on this challenge.

 

Horizon Seasonal: Storm in a Teacup

Bad weather or not, this event featuring A-Class Extreme Off-road vehicles calls to top drivers everywhere to win this Cross Country event.

 

 

Autumn #Forzathon

Bring yourself to the weekly challenge featuring the 1993 Jaguar XJ220 fulfill your driving destiny and get 200 #Forzathon points.

 

The Saturday Club: Own and drive the 1993 Jaguar XJ220.

Horses for Courses: Win three dirt trail events in your XJ220.

A Really Useful Engine: Drive the Jaguar XJ220 for a total of 20 miles.

Born to Perform: Find a good run and get the XJ220 up to at least… you guessed it… 220 mph.

 

 

Autumn #Forzathon Shop

Hopefully you have been saving your #Forzathon points since there are some pretty cool items on offer this week at ye old #Forzathon Shop.

 

If you haven’t already picked up the 1963 Volkswagen Type 2 De Luxe Forza Edition, now is your chance for a mere 450 FP. If JDM is more your style, the 1984 Civic CRX Mugen should fit nicely in your garage for 700 FP.

 

Update your avatar’s look with a completely Legendary outfit. Either the Green Man or the Chicken Suit will for sure get you that response you have been searching for when showing off your emotes or just driving around being yourself.

 

 

Series 6 Autumn Cars

 

Regalia 723 Quartz

At seven feet wide and 21 feet long, the Regalia is a lot of car. With that comes an equally measurable amount of fun to be had with this royal ride from Final Fantasy XV. First seen in Forza in Forza Horizon 3, the car that is an unofficial character in the world of Eos, where beasts roam the countryside and your party travels in search of destiny. Now you can cruise this car built for a king with the top down for the first time, making the sound of that 7.2 liter V12 sound even more awesome. The level of detail captured in the build is amazing. From the Chocobo Talons and monograms on the polished wheels to the suicide doors, nothing has been left out. Give it a close up inspection or drift it to spectacular new heights, it’s ability to amaze is boundless.

 

 

Regalia 723 Quartz Type D

Sure the Regalia is uncanny, a beastly regal ride from a fantasy world, where the creatures you encounter in battle are ready to tear you to shreds. However in the Type-D, a special modification set you can unlock after earning the standard Regalia, the shredding occurs in an entirely different manner. You’ve never seen anything quite like it in Forza before. Starting at 21-feet long and seven-feet wide the Regalia is huge, but when you lift it nearly a meter and add massive tires, it becomes monstrous. With its side pipes wailing a prophetic otherworldly roar, and off road capability like nothing the Forza world has seen, the saying “get out of my way” just got new meaning.