LONDON, 16 th November 2012 - Microsoft and Turn 10 Studios today released the latest edition of the “Forza Horizon –Behind the Scenes” video documentary series. Outlining the extensive post-launch support available in “Forza Horizon," the video gives Forza fans an inside look at how the developers behind the game continue to build engagement and content for “Forza” fans on the open roads of Colorado.
This episode of “Forza Horizon – Behind the Scenes” gives viewers a look at the extensive community support that is a central component of the “Forza Horizon” experience. With constantly updated online multiplayer challenges and monthly DLC packs, there is always new content to try and new events to explore. In addition, with the upcoming release of the “Forza Horizon Rally Expansion Pack”—coming to Xbox LIVE on 18 th December — players will have the chance to experience the thrill of driving rally cars on courses designed for maximum off-road impact.
With a robust set of user-generated content tools and so many avenues for fans to express their love of cars, “Forza Horizon” is truly a new form of expression for car lovers of every stripe. Download “Forza Horizon – Behind the Scenes Part 5” to get the full story on everything happening in the months ahead.
Rule the Open Road With the “Forza Horizon” Season Pass: The “Forza Horizon” Season Pass is your all-access pass to six monthly game add-on packs as they’re released through the next year, as well as the “Forza Horizon Rally Expansion Pack,” coming to Xbox LIVE on 18 th December. Players can purchase the Season Pass on the Xbox LIVE Marketplace and at participating retailers for 4,000 Microsoft Points. Season Pass owners will also receive five exclusive cars, with one car being released each month until March.
“Forza Horizon” is available now in a Limited Collector’s Edition (£59.99 ERP) and a Standard Edition (£49.99 ERP). The game is rated PEGI 12.
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