The post-launch content for Forza Horizon 4 has been revealed. It includes the first month of additional content, which will conclude the game’s first full seasonal cycle.

The latest addition to Playground Game’s open-world driving series is built on seasons that will shift every week. Every Thursday at 8.30 AM PDT, the game will cycle seasons. The game becomes available for Early Access player September 28 and other players October 2, where the first in-game week will be Summer. It will then cycle every week through Autumn, Winter, Spring, and so on.

The first week will feature five Summer events, New Forzathon stock, and exclusive stuff, the Ferrari 812 an exclusive new car that can only be gotten in that week, and two new cars for Car Pass owners. The following week will shift the game into Autumn, where players will have access to similar updates and the 911 GT3 RS ’19 car.

Each week will include a similar set of content exclusive to that week and season. See the image below for more information.

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On October 25, after that full year of seasons is over, a number of new updates and features will be rolling out, along with the continual weekly updates. One of the big things dropping then will be the route creator, which allows players to “paint” their own tracks in the world that can be up to 40 miles long. Players can then upload these tracks, after testing them, for other players to play.

Also dropping on October 25 is the British Racing Green Horizon Story, which will let players “Get behind the wheel of some of Britain’s greatest cars to produce 10 episodes of the Horizon Festival’s motoring TV series. From Aston Martin & McLaren to the Talbot Sunbeam & Mini, British Racing Green will take you through a century of British automotive excellence.”

The Halloween Party update will also be dropping around that time, which will feature new Halloween-themed clothing and car horns. The four weeks of seasons following October 25 will include 20 new season events, three new Forzathon cars, and eight new cars for Car Pass Owners.

Forza Horizon 4 launches October 2nd for Xbox One and PC. Stay tuned for our review!

Check out the Forza Horizon 4 launch trailer below.

What do you think? Are you excited for Forza Horizon 4? Do the seasonal changes sound interesting to you? Let us know in the comments below!

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