This month's Forza Horizon stream gave us a preview of what's to come for fans in Series 37.
It also announced the imminent change in Playground Games' priorities as Forza Horizon 5 looms ever closer.
So, let's take a look at what's in store for us in Series 37 in Forza Horizon 4!
Series 37 content
One of the most exciting arrivals for Series 37 will be Super7 High Stakes, which was announced towards the start of 2021.
After many weeks of hoping we would get the mode, it is finally arriving. The stream also makes it seem incredibly exciting, so we can't wait to give it a go.
The Series also comes with one other rewards if you complete it. This is the Vuhl 05RR, which is also made in Mexico, and produces nearly 400bhp. It sure is a track toy, and you can get your hands on it by winning Summer season's "Vuhl in the City".
Super7 High Stakes
The arrival of the feature will likely be bitter-sweet for Forza Horizon 4 fans. On the one hand, those waiting for it for months will finally be able to play.
On the other hand, it also marks the end of the game as the team shifts their focus to Forza Horizon 5 and its imminent release date!
The mode sees you completing challenges to earn prizes. After each challenge you'll be asked if you want to stick or twist, with twist sending you into the next challenge.
You'll only have three lives for each challenge. Lose all of them, and you'll lose all the prizes you've earned thus far!
Forza Horizon 4's future
We've alluded to it throughout this article so far, but the content in Forza Horizon 4 is going to take a step back in the run up to Forza Horizon 5.
This means there will be no further vehicle content added to the game in Series 38 and beyond.
Instead, the game will revert to the content that arrived form Series 7 to Series 32. This means players will be able to relive past events, and new players will be able to pick which prizes they wish to aim for!