Forza Horizon 4 'Lego Speed Champions' expansion zooms onto Xbox One and PC

LEGO Speed Champions Forza Horizon 4
LEGO Speed Champions Forza Horizon 4 (Image credit: Xbox Game Studios)

What you need to know

  • Forza Horizon 4: Lego Speed Champions is available right now.
  • It features a new world full of Lego challenges.
  • Lego cars and regular cars can race together.
  • You can purchase the expansion for $20 through the Microsoft Store.

At E3 2019, Microsoft announced that Forza Horizon 4 was getting a new expansion soon. So soon in fact that it would launch on June 13. While everyone expected it to be Hot Wheels, the Lego Speed Champions reveal blew everyone away. It's great to see that the team is working on bringing new experiences to racing fans on Xbox One and PC instead of rehashed content.

According to our very own Richard Devine, "Given the destructible nature of the Forza Horizon world already, the addition of Lego bricks is sure to make for an interesting experience." You can read his preview here.

In an all-new valley filed with Lego brick structures, find out how fast you can go around the Falcon Speedway and how far you can jump in the fun-filled Super Mega Awesome Adventure Stunt Park. Experience how seasons change a Lego city, airport, space ship crash site, pirate cove, and more.

Are you excited to play the expansion? Let us know. You can access it either as part of the expansion pass or buy it separately for $20.

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Asher Madan

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