What you need to know
- The June 1 edition of Forza Monthly will not go ahead as planned.
- Series 23 for Forza Horizon 4 is due this week and was set to be a focus of the stream.
- There has been no word on whether the stream has been rescheduled or whether the update has also been delayed.
The Forza Horizon 4 community is expecting the Series 23 update this week and today was supposed to be the reveal on the June 1 edition of Forza Monthly. Unfortunately, the stream and all "regular programming" has been postponed as part of a company wide initiative at Microsoft in response to recent events.
Our regular programming has been postponed as a result. We are proud to join with @Microsoft in amplifying Black and African American voices.— Forza Horizon (@ForzaHorizon) June 1, 2020
At this time there is no further information on how long the postponement will be, nor whether the update itself has been delayed too. We'll update on that front as and when we learn more.
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