With Fortune Island, Forza Horizon 4 remains generous to a fault
Dec. 20, 2018

The first expansion of Forza Horizon 4, Fortune Island. As a package, it is satisfactory, but you would not say it is sumptuous.

The new map consists of a small island on the edge of the North Sea, where a small fishing village is suspended on the edge of a mass of barren swamps and marshes, topped by jagged rocky peaks and dotted with long ruined Viking ships.

The sky is flooded with thunderstorms or throbs with a beautiful dawn. The Playground artists have not created the most exuberant and varied environment, but I personally enjoy the Nordic atmosphere and the sweet and fantastic style, and the driving is exciting.

In addition, it will receive 10 new cars exclusively for the expansion, including the new Lamborghini Urus SUV and a Morris Minor with wood panels dating back to the 1950s, as well as many new campaign contents.

There are a number of challenges to be adhered to, two provisions for endurance races, a new form of public relations cascade called Trailblazer - a timed point-to-point punch in clear terrain with no checkpoints - and a new campaign structure based on the treasure hunt.