What you need to know
- Forza Horizon 4 has a new update that fixes bugs in Eliminator mode.
- The update includes a balance change and many bug fixes.
- Eliminator is a new game mode that has you battle in a free for all.
Forza Horizon 4's new Eliminator game mode just rolled out this week, allowing drivers to combat each other in a battle royale. Playground Games shipped an update today for Forza Horizon 4 that fixes several bugs in Eliminator mode. The update also includes a balance change that delivers more damage to players outside the arena. The update is available for both PC and Xbox One.
A support page breaks down all of the changes.
Eliminator Balance Changes
- Significantly increased the damage to the players outside the Arena when it has shrunk to its final size.
- Fixed an issue where players were unable to challenge other players to a Head-to-Head
- Added the ability to reset your car position if stuck in a way which does not trigger the automatic reset
- If you find yourself stuck, hold accelerate, and you will be prompted to reset your car position
- Fixed the issue with some Head-to-Head races having their finish line appear outside of the Arena
- Fixed an issue with the post-race upgrade UI, where the D-pad icon was not appearing as intended
- Fixed an issue where if one player was eliminated by the arena whilst in a Head-to-Head, both players would be eliminated.
- Fixed an intermittent crash
Eliminator faces 72 players against each other in a fight to the "death." You eliminate players from the arena, which shrinks as the game progresses. We took a closer look at Eliminator mode recently to explain the mayhem.
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If you still haven't dropped into Forza Horizon 4 yet, it's never a bad time. With regular updates like The Eliminator, this big open world always has something to entertain.
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