Forza 5 launched with some nasty microtransactions, made more upsetting by the fact that people already spent $US60 to buy it. Players were pissed, and creator Turn 10 spent months re-tuning the otherwise solid racer. What does this mean for open-world spin-off Forza Horizon 2? No microtransactions whatsoever. At first.
Here’s the problem with these next-gen consoles, and driving games in particular: as good as this Forza 5 trailer looks, just how much better does it look than Forza 4?
Despite the fact you can’t drive it in the game, Forza 4 will still include a Warthog from the Halo series, viewable in the game’s gorgeous Autovista mode. If getting access to this is the first thing you plan on doing, well, here’s how you do it.