Forza Horizon 4 is coming, and it's very British

Microsoft, as expected, has unveiled a brand new Forza game for Xbox One and PC at E3 2018. Forza Horizon 4 is taking the open world action to the United Kingdom.

And on the Xbox One X there will be a 60 FPS mode.

As always, visually Forza Horizon 4 looks stunning. Dynamic seasons will change the scenery as you play through the game, with winter bringing snow, fall (that's autumn now we're in the UK) will have golden colors and falling leaves, while spring will bring rain.

British weather alone is a tricky enough concept, so it'll be good to see how Playground has recreated it! It also looks like one of the feature cars for this year's game will be the new McLaren Senna, although this year there was no on-stage car.

While details are still light, Microsoft has revealed some key points already. Over 450 cars from 100 licensed manufacturers will be in the game, and besides the McLaren Senna the cover of Forza Horizon will be the 1997 Land Rover Defender 90. Better still, the North American debut of the McLaren Senna will take place on Mixer on June 12.

Mixer fans will also get some love with Forza Horizon 4, with integrated broadcasting and spectating features built into the game. There's also new for this year a route creation tool, allowing players to create their own races anywhere within the game map.

Pre-orders will begin on June 11, and Ultimate Edition buyers will get early access to play the game on September 28.

Forza Horizon 4 is set to launch on October 2 this year and will be in Xbox Game Pass for both console and PC from launch. The regular edition will cost around $60.

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