Winter is back, and our favourite video games are slowly catching on.
This time Forza Horizon 4 has noticed the colder conditions and imminent snow.
Let's take a look at what changes have been made in the game as we head into the coldest time of the year!
Unfortunately, there are no new winter events added this week.
Instead, players can grab some prizes from returning playlists for hitting 50% and 80% completion.
These are all events that players have seen before, but we'll give a brief overview of them now anyway.
Return of the Events
Firstly, let's see what prizes are on offer.
This time, the main Playlist prize is the 1990 Nissan Pulsar GTI-R. This is a true rallying great, and often a little underrated in our eyes.
If this isn't enough for you, the Aston Martin Vulcan AMR Pro is a suitable choice. Making 820 hp and with blistering acceleration, it is sure to be a handful.
In terms of challenges, the first is a photo challenge. You need an Extreme Offroad car and go for #OneGiantLeap on The Great Ridge.
The seasonal championships this week yield prizes such as the Peugeot 205 Rallye and Toyota T100 Baja Truck.
The main championship prize this season is the 1999 Ford Racing Puma. To win it however, you'll need to win the 'Teen Spirit' championship.
Full Events List
The full events list is as follows:
- Mining For Gold
- Teen Spirit
- I'll Make A Van Out Of You
- The Trial: Track In (Co-Op Championship)
- Winter Games - Series 29
- High Street Speed Trap
- Mudkickers' Showjump Danger Sign
- Brookside Speed Zone
Forzathon's focus switches to the 2005 TVR Sagaris this week.
Your first step is to reach the car's nuts top speed of 185mph followed by earning 15 Threading the Needle skills.
Finally, win a Road Racing Series event at Goliath to finish the week's challenges.
The shop has some tasty goodies.
For 600 Forzathon points, you can grab yourself the Toyota Sprinter Trueno, or the AE86.
On the other end of the scale in terms of speed is the Hennessey Venom GT. This monster will set you back just 350 FP.