A new season is about to arrive in Forza Horizon 4.
The massive open-world racer is still wowing fans and dropping content to keep the racing going all year round.
When does the Spring season for Series 29 kick off? And what does it hold? Let's find out!
Series 29 Spring Season
Winter will give way to Spring at 2:30pm GMT on 10 December. That's 9:30am ET for those in America.
So if you are still short of that amazing Aston Martin Vulcan AMR Pro you don't have long to get your Winter Season completion percentage up!
Two rare and hard-to-find cars are your completion rewards for the upcoming Spring Season.
These cars don't have the big name or raw power of some other completion rewards, but they are nice extras to earn.
The "Dry Aged" trial will give you a sensational 1933 Napier Napier-Railton. This 24-litre, yes TWENTY FOUR, beast broke world speed records back in its prime.
The "Spring Games" seasonal playground games will give you the Alumi Craft Class 10 Race Car Forza Edition. While that's quite a mouthful, this car is not up for purchase in the Autoshow and is returning as a playlist car for the first time since Series 26.
The "Expect The Unexpected" season event will rewards you with the awesome Lamborghini Huracan Performante, while the "Tree Hugger" Season Event will have the Mercedes-Benz AMG Hammer Coupe as its reward.
Finally, the "Tour De Force" Season event will reward the epic Ferrari F12tdf, which is a 500,000 CR car!
The next series of Forza Horizon 4 is coming.
Series 30 will land as Spring turns to Summer on 17 December. With it come a bunch of cool rewards and new cars.
The 1992 Alfa Romeo 155 Q4 will be a Festival Playlist car, while the long-rumoured Koenigsegg Jesko will finally join the game.
Another pre-war car is coming in the shape of the Austin Seven.
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