What you need to know
- Lego Speed Champions is the latest expansion to Forza Horizon 4.
- Launches on June 13, available to pre-load right now.
- Free update for Ultimate Edition owners.
The long-awaited second expansion to Forza Horizon 4, Lego Speed Champions, will be here in a matter of days on June 13. But if you're keen to jump in as soon as it goes live you'll be pleased to know that you can now pre-load it from the Store on both PC and Xbox One.
Lego Speed Champions is a lot different from the base game and the first expansion, Fortune Island, but the team looks to have done a truly incredible job at recreating all the little details of Lego.
The expansion pack will be packed with new challenges, races, lots of room for destruction and retains the weekly seasonal changes the rest of the game enjoys. It looks a lot of fun, and we're pretty excited to get going with it later this week.
It's available as a free update to owners of the Ultimate Edition or the Ultimate Add-Ons package, or can be purchased on its own for $19.99.
Everything is Awesome
Forza Horizon x Lego is the game you didn't know you wanted
It's bright, it's colorful, it looks like a ridiculous amount of fun. Lego Speed Champions is the second expansion to Forza Horizon 4 and it launches on June 13.
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