When it comes to open-world racing there aren't many titles better than Forza Horizon 4, something Steam players have discovered this week.
Despite being almost two-and-a-half years old now, Forza Horizon 4 remains a must-play and is the most recent release in the Forza franchise, something that looks unlikely to change thanks to the silence around Forza Motorsport.
After racing onto Steam, it quickly became the #1 racing title on the platform.
Forza Horizon 4 is Steam's most popular racing game
After dropping on Tuesday, a game that was already available to PC players via Microsoft Store has raced to the top of Steam's racing charts.
Peaking at around 14,000 concurrent players within its first 24 hours, paying a visit to the Horizon festival was more than twice as popular as pounding the tarmac in F1 2020.
It's not really a surprise. With a wide map to explore and a lot of street and off-road racing along with some stunning set-pieces, it's a wonderful experience.
There are also hundreds of cars, ranging from classics and trucks to hypercars that hit 200mph before you can blink.
There is also regular updates to challenge you and give you cars to unlock.
Forza Horizon 4 Series 33
This week saw Series 33 kick off in Forza Horizon 4.
With it comes two new cars, the Raesr Tachyon Speed and Peugeot 207 S2000.
The 207 S2000 can be won by completing the Forest Monsters Event. A dominant car in the Intercontinental Rally Challenge in the 2000s, this little beast won 22 ERC victories and took three drivers to IRC titles, including Britain’s Kris Meeke.
The Raesr Tachyon Speed will be available in the Winter season, which will start in two weeks.