A Taste Of The Forza Life
- Experience dynamic weather and season
- Try if Forza Horizon 4 runs smoothly
- Discover if Forza Horizon 4 is worth it to purchase
- Drive on roads for fun
- Race only at the countryside
- Lacks complete features
- Some car brands are not available due to licensing
- Requires Microsoft Account
Forza Horizon 4 Demo is an open-world Racing game developed by Playground Games and published by Microsoft Studios. The demo shows players some of the contents available in the racing game.
Driving In Season
Forza Horizon 4 Demo mainly features dynamic weather system and changing seasons as players freely traverse the fictional representation United Kingdom countryside. Players can drive in winter, spring, summer, and fall, seeing the seasons change constantly. Another new feature is the synchronized shared world where players interact on a live road with other 72 players. Having a shared world means players experience the same weather and season changes. Players are prompted whenever the weather changes so that they will know if an area becomes inaccessible. Some of those secret places are dried-up ponds and frozen lakes.
Every Car Enthusiast’s Dream
The main advantage of trying the game demo is to test whether their gaming console or computer can handle the high-quality contents of Forza Horizon 4. Novice drivers can also try this game in order to gain experience even if it’s on a virtual road. As technology improves, so as the visuals for Forza Horizon 4. Casual and hardcore players will appreciate every scenery rendered for their enjoyment. They will be impressed by the realistic environments that the racing game has presented for everyone. The racing game comes with 60 frames per second rate, which is very visually astonishing regarding modern gaming. The racing game maintains some of Forza’s well-recognized contents and features. Players can collect and modify over 450 cars licensed by the brands partnered with Playground Games and Microsoft Studios. Players can try driving racing cars, off-road vehicles, trucks and everything in four wheels. Although they might be surprised that some famous car brands from the previous games are missing due to licensing issues. They are allowed to customize their cars and take photos for in-game documentaries, as well as purchase Player Houses and car businesses.
Just Pure Racing
Players can also choose to drive freely and explore the locals of United Kingdom countryside. They can drive in solo on offline mode or compete against others in races. Another feature that has stayed from the Horizon Series is the custom races and routes. These two features allow players to have their own custom races and routes. They can freely place what roads others can take, where will the next checkpoint be located, and so much more. They can as well share them to other players to invite challenges. For solo players, they can try the racing game’s campaign mode where they attempt to clear certain objectives like time trials or reaching the first place.
More Than Solo Driving
The game has social features for players to participate with. Its Horizon Stories allows players to attend challenges from the Horizon Festival characters. Its Horizon Life provides incentives to players completing sets of objectives and streaming their gameplay via Mixer. Players can gather and interact in the Forza’s official forums to discuss everything related with the game. Everyone can learn tips, discover like-minded individuals and share customizing techniques. Since streaming and allows play is becoming a trending career, players may eventually find their own identity and fame with this game as they drive in style. If players are pleased with what Forza Horizon 4 Demo has offered to them for a limited time, they can eventually purchase the game and experience the full features.
Exclusive Moment of Thematic Driving
Forza Horizon 4 Demo gives everybody the glimpse of what does a Horizon Superstar feels like. The experience is limited but it will help players to decide if they want to buy the full game or not.