Forza Horizon 4 is getting yet another free update in the form of Super7 which looks to give players a huge amount of freedom to customize the game and create unique experiences for others.
It should be noted that Horizon 4 has always had some degree of customisation in the track blueprint system, but this was / is very limited in scope and only allows for creating new racing routes through existing tracks.
Super7, on the other hand, gives players tools to mix up how the entire game is played by placing ramps, obstacles, tunnels and more throughout the game.
“Introducing the Horizon Super7, an all-new game mode that celebrates community-created challenges. Create individual challenges based on drift, speed, air, and more. Then, when choosing to play Super7, seven randomly selected challenges appear, with each being a total surprise,” reads the official description of this new mode.
“If you can win all seven challenges in a row, you’ll get your hands on an exclusive reward. You’ll be able to enhance your challenges with Blueprint Builder, a first in Forza history, that lets you place stunts, structures, and scenery in your challenge – whatever you want, wherever you want,” the description continues.
Super7 goes live today and is free for all players.
Aside from the official description and the trailer embedded on this page we do know a bit more about this free update from people who got early access to it.
FullThrottle Media, for example, report that it’s a great time to be had both by those who wish to make custom content and those who just want to consume that content too. Super7 also incorporates elements from the Halo and LEGO crossovers that have appeared in Horizon 4 in the past.
For those who haven’t played Horizon 4 yet it comes very highly recommended from us. We’ve been playing it almost continuously for the last year and have exhausted all the content, even new modes like this which are released periodically.
The fact that it can be played without an additional purchase through Xbox Game Pass is a real boon here with the only real caveat being the large download size. If you have the bandwidth and storage space to spare give this one a spin.