Forza Horizon 4 Ultimate, Deluxe and Standard editions explained
By now you probably know Forza Horizon 4 has been confirmed and that it will take place in the UK, but do you know what the Ultimate and Deluxe editions will entail?
If the answer is no, allow us to elaborate. Bottom of the rung is the 'Standard Edition', which provides access to the game's 450-car roster, dynamic seasons and, in the case of those who play it on Xbox One X, visuals at 60 frames per second.
Both the Deluxe and Ultimate Edition will also provide access to the Car Pass and Formula Drift Car Pack. What helps justify the extra cost of the latter is the addition of a Day One Car Pack, VIP membership and two expansion packs.
Not only that, the Ultimate Edition lets players jump into Forza Horizon 4 on the 28th of September, 2018, which is four days prior to the official launch for everyone else.
Those opting for the cheap and cheerful Standard Edition will, of course, have the option to purchase most, if not all, content at a later date and in doing so it may work out more expensive. But maybe not all content is worth buying.
It is currently unclear what every pack entails exactly (we will let you know), whether the Season Pass is still a thing (we think not) and if VIP membership is a worthwhile freebee extravaganza (we hope so).
But we do now know the Car Pass will see two cars added on a weekly basis for 21 weeks, for a total of 42 cars. Seems like a more exciting alternative to the monthly trickle of new machinery, if you ask us.
Forza Horizon 4 is available to pre-order now from your preferred retailer, having been unveiled at the 2018 E3 show in Los Angeles. You can read about what we learned from the launch trailer here.