Microsoft and Playground Games announced that Forza Horizon 4 will be coming to Steam in March 2021, with all the bells and whistles you can think of.
The exact date is March 9, as you'll soon see from the trailer, and Steam's driving game enthusiasts should have a blast with this one. We assure you that the reviews in the trailer are all correct - it's that good.
And Forza Horizon 4 is coming in style, with a few DLCs worth of content and perhaps more importantly, full cross-play capabilities. You can race Xbox owners and even Android players, and it goes without saying that Windows 10 players are in the same pool.
Forza Horizon 4's team has been delivering a steady stream of updates and it just so happens that its sizzling new content also comes pretty soon. We're talking about Hot Wheels, which received the announcement trailer today.
You can check out some of Forza Horizon's upcoming exclusive Wheels at around 17:40 in the dev's last stream, which we included below.
The story behind the vehicles is a great one too, as these were all actual vehicles that were created for the Hot Wheels Legends Tour, and then made their way to the virtual world.
Hot Wheels Legends DLC brings Ford F-5 Duelly, 1957 Studebaker Golden Hawk2JetZ, Chevrolet LUV, International Harvester, and Nash Metropolitan vehicles to the game.
In addition to an awesome base game, Forza Horizon 4 offers Fortune Island DLC, and the tracks on the northern reaches of the British Isles are as close to extreme racing you can get in a Forza game. Or if realism isn't your thing, you can always go for Lego Speed Champions.