What you need to know
- Forza Horizon 4 Series 23 update was expected to push out on June 2.
- Issues identified in the build have officially delayed it.
- We still don't actually know what's in it or when it will arrive.
Update: The Forza Support Twitter account has now provided an update and confirmed that Series 23 will not be going live on June 4 as originally planned.
We apologize for this and are working tirelessly to get this issue resolved and deliver the update that we know you’re all so keen to play. #ForzaHorizon4We apologize for this and are working tirelessly to get this issue resolved and deliver the update that we know you’re all so keen to play. #ForzaHorizon4— Forza Support (@forza_support) June 4, 2020June 4, 2020
Instead of moving into the new content the game will revert back to a "backup version" of the Summer season. There still remains no communication on what new content to expect in line with Microsoft's current iniative.
Original story: Forza Horizon 4 is due an update this week to Series 23, and the reveal was originally slated for June 1 on the Forza Monthly stream. As part of a company wide initiative at Microsoft that stream was cancelled and all media activity along with it, but the actual update itself is still planned as normal.
The Forza Support account on Twitter has confirmed that it's still planned but it is delayed, since players would have expected it to have been released by now:
We have identified an issue with the Series 23 update which has caused a delay in release. We will keep you updated once we have more information. #ForzaHorizon4We have identified an issue with the Series 23 update which has caused a delay in release. We will keep you updated once we have more information. #ForzaHorizon4— Forza Support (@forza_support) June 2, 2020June 2, 2020
That's all she wrote for now. The support forums still have no patch notes so we don't have any idea what's actually coming in the update, but it looks like it's still coming, at least.
Richard Devine is an Editor at Windows Central. A former Project Manager and long-term tech addict, he joined Mobile Nations in 2011 and has been found on Android Central and iMore as well as Windows Central. Currently you'll find him covering all manner of PC hardware and gaming, and you can follow him on Twitter and Instagram.
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