What you need to know
- Series 23 should finally be here on June 18.
- The two week delay is due to issues found in the build.
- This week's Autumn season will be another backup.
The long saga of the missing Forza Horizon 4 Series 23 update appears to be drawing to a close. The official Forza Support Twitter account has confirmed that the issue that prevented the build being released last week as planned has been fixed.
We are hoping to release the build next week. After the season change over on Thursday 18th, you will see the correct Series 23 content for the rest of the Series #ForzaHorizon4 https://t.co/uHjxwPgm9CWe are hoping to release the build next week. After the season change over on Thursday 18th, you will see the correct Series 23 content for the rest of the Series #ForzaHorizon4 https://t.co/uHjxwPgm9C— Forza Support (@forza_support) June 10, 2020June 10, 2020
Of course next week still leaves one more seasonal change, due to happen on June 11, and as with this week it will revert to backup content of the Autumn season.
Fingers crossed the update deploys now as planned, but there are still many questions the community has. Not least wondering exactly what we're getting in Series 23. The Forza Monthly planned for June 1 was cancelled in light of current events in the United States and that's where the new batch of content would have been previewed.
There are no patch notes yet so there's still no hint as to what we're getting, but there's also now the question of where this fits into the overall picture. Will Series 23 only be two weeks long or will we enter a new four weekly cycle beginning at winter? For now, we'll have to keep waiting and wondering.
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