Dynamic seasons star in Forza Horizon 4's official launch trailer

Forza Horizon 4 is all set for its October 2 launch, and Microsoft celebrated today with the reveal of the game's launch trailer. And while we've already seen a whole lot of the game in the leadup to its debut, the trailer offers one last tease of the impending action before Forza Horizon 4 hits the road next week.

Featuring prominently in the trailer is Forza Horizon 4's most prominent new feature, dynamic seasons. As you race around Britain in the latest Horizon Festival, the seasons will change, bringing new challenges and obstacles such as snow, rainstorms, ice, and more. Or, if you're lucky, you'll get to enjoy a race through a picturesque spring day.

Like its past entries, the latest Horizon title features a huge open world to race around. There's also a massive list of more than 450 different cars to check out, alongside a slew of challenges to complete.

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Forza Horizon 4 is set to launch on October 2, though Ultimate Edition buyers will get to check the game out with early access on September 28. You can preorder the game now, starting at $59.99 (opens in new tab). As a Microsoft Studios title, Forza Horizon 4 is also launching on Xbox Game Pass, so you can subscribe for $9.99 per month (opens in new tab) to give it a shot.

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  • I don't want to stop driving to change the seasons. I want to continue driving and see the change in seasons. Hopefully they will do it in FH5.
  • Yeah, I'm the same but consoles simply are not powerful enough yet to handle that kind of on the fly physics/gameplay changes. Maybe next generation. Also regarding the title, technically what we have at the moment is not dynamic, it's static season changes, but one day.