Soon after that the game gave me a much choice of cars. I had to pick from the Audi TTS, Ford Focus RS and Dodge Charger R/T for the first few roads, but I was also given the choice between the Subaru WRX STI, FH4 Credits and Ford Escort RS Cosworth for the many dirt races which feature heavily in Horizon 4.
After a few introductory missions which educate you about challenge kinds scattered around the game and the race, Horizon 4 drops you into the world. Around 450 cars will soon be available at start from over 100 manufacturers.
Several have discovered the omission of Toyota and Mitsubishi, even though there are a few Toyota racing trucks. It is a bit disappointing that there won't be some Lancer Evolutions, Celicas or Supras on the road, especially considering they've been there for Horizon names and the prior 10 Forza Motorsport. I suppose they can always reappear as content?
And there'll be plenty of DLC: Around 20 DLC automobiles on launch day coming as part of the different Standard, Deluxe and Ultimate editions you decide on. There's also a guaranteed 42 extra DLC cars to be delivered over a interval as part of their Forza Horizon 4 Automobile Pass.
A whole lot is to do in Know more here. In addition to hundreds of street, dirt and street races using circuit and point-to-point variants on all three themes, you may create and share customized races with the neighborhood. Technically, so there will be a quantity of content, though the content's standard is sure to change.