Forza Horizon 4 Season Change: New Spring, Hammer Time & more!

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Spring is back n Forza Horizon 4 as we prepare for Series 30.

This time, there are some exciting events for players to complete in preparation.

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Let's take a look at these now, as well as the rewards you can expect to receive!

Spring Season

Series 29 is slowly on its way out, so Spring has arrived to soften the blow.

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FH4 Spring Challenges
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THE MENUS: Here are your rewards for 50% and 80% completion!

However, the blow still hasn't been softened too much, as the new headline event is Hammer Time.

There are also new prizes available for 50% and 80% completion, so let's get into it now.

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New Prizes

There are some exciting V8 prizes up for grabs this time around.

The first of these is the Lexus IS-F. With 417hp through an 8-speed automatic gearbox, this beast is hard to handle.

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LEXUS POWER: This beast has over 400hp!

This is then paired with an often overlooked performance classic, the Rover SD1. With another V8 producing 191hp, it's no slow coach.

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For this season's photo challenge take a picture anywhere in the UK in a Cult Car. The prizes on offer are a Napier Railton and Ferrari F12tdf.

Finally, the main prize is 'The Hammer'. This vehicle is a pure monster, with a 6.0 litre V8 making 379bhp in an AMG 300CE. Get this beast by winning the "Tree Hugger" championship.

Forzathon

Forzathon jumps in a time machine this week and we go back to Retro Supercars.

FH4 Rossion
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NOBLE, IS THAT YOU?: This twin-turbocharged V6 is no slouch!

You'll need to win three Road Racing Series events, get 3 stars at the Roman Mile speed trap and go for a 15 mile drive around the UK.

The Rossion Q1 and 2018 Mini Countryman John Cooper Works are this week's shop cars. The Q1 will set you back 600FP, while tho Mini is 350 FP.