Forza Horizon 2 took the Horizon festival to Europe and allowed you to drive all over the countryside and coastlines in great fashion with mostly sunny skies. Storm Island takes you to a Greek isle in design and location, but is non-descript otherwise. This expansion continues the festival among some terrific looking and behaving weather that does impact your driving and visibility, making me wish there was more to see and do on Storm Island.
There’s nothing like a sweet pack of cars approved by the folks at Top Gear to brighten up a dreary winter day. The Top Gear Car Pack for “Forza Horizon 2” on Xbox One is available now, and it’s got something for practically every kind of car fan.
I want you to take a minute and think of the best looking game on the Xbox One. Go ahead, I’ll give you a minute. Waiting… Waiting… Did you come up with one? Ok. Now, move that game down a peg because you’ve just found your new number one.
For Forza Horizon 2, Playground Games has teamed up once again with renowned festival organizer and BBC Radio DJ Rob da Bank to curate a massive and eclectic soundtrack ranging from rock and pop, to the latest dance and electronic music.
Microsoft has announced that the demo for Forza Horizon 2 will be available on September 16th, ahead of the game’s release on September 30th. They’ve also released the entire achievements listing.
Today, the first 100 cars, out of 200 for Forza Horizon 2 was announced. All of the cars in “Forza Horizon 2” have been built from the ground up for this generation with the utmost care and detail, taking full advantage of the power of Xbox One and “Forza Horizon 2’s” dynamic weather and wide-open world, including new features such as functioning windshield wipers, working headlights and interior lights, and dynamic dirt-mapping.