Forza Horizon 4 was launched a few months ago and players love the experience of racing in the open world. The game offers improved graphics and a shared world for even more community-based experiences.
Playground Games, now owned by Microsoft, recently launched the Fortune Island expansion. Although no other important content is lost for at least a few months, there are minor updates between the two. Today, the developer has described the changes in detail in the update of January 15, 2019. The biggest change is the "Free-for-All" adventure mode.
This update offers a completely new way to play online adventures where players compete individually. This new game mode is available in Classified and Unranked modes. It's in the Online Adventures tab and replaces "Everything's OK."
It's great to see that the game continues to receive support after the aggressive launch several months after its launch. Hopefully this will continue in the future or at least until the second expansion version. Hopefully, it will be as exciting as Forza Horizon 3's Hot Wheels!
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