Forza Horizon 4 Series 23 brings a showcase remix and 7 new achievements

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Forza Horizon 4 (Image credit: Windows Central)

What you need to know

  • Delayed Series 23 update will go live this week in Forza Horizon 4.
  • A number of fixes are included in the patch notes along with a new showcase remix and new achievements.
  • A popular YouTuber has figured out what new cars we might be seeing.

Forza Horizon 4 fans have endured a rough couple of weeks with the Series 23 update being pulled due to technical issues. This was further enhanced by all Microsoft channels shutting down communications due to recent events in the United States, but we did get a heads up that it would be released this week.

The official patch notes have now been posted detailing a number of fixes, a new 200G worth of achievements and a showcase remix to tackle, Morning Rush.

"Crowded, noisy stations. Cold winds and bad coffee. Grumpy commuters packed into a standing-room-only metal tube for HOURS on end. With all of this, why would you take the train anywhere? Instead, give Isha's Taxis a call. We'll come right to your door, and we'll get you where you need to go faster than ANY train. Don't believe us? We'll prove it!"

The achievements are related to Microsoft's current giving campaign, and there are a selection of fixes to small issues within the game, including car specific problems with the McLaren 720s Spider and Toyota Supra 2.0 GT.

You'd also expect some new cars within a new series and while there haven't been any official announcements, popular Forza YouTuber, Don Joewon Song, reckons he's figured it out from the most recent cryptic clues on Torben Tuesday.

The new build should be pushing out soon and the Series 23 changes should kick in from the regular seasonal switchover on Thursday.

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