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Forza 4 launch car pack, profile import, more detailed

Thursday, 26th May 2011 14:45 GMT By Johnny Cullen

Microsoft’s just announced details of a special car pack that buyers will be able to get when they get a copy of Forza Motorsport 4 at launch.

Cars included are:

  • Ford Mustang GT Coupe 1965
  • Koenigsegg Agera 2011
  • Lexus SC300 1997
  • RUF RGT-8 2011
  • Tesla Roadster Sport 2011

Microsoft also confirmed that a collector’s edition was on the way, with the company saying to “stay tuned for details” on it.

A profile import feature was also announced, which will let players from Forza Motorsport 3 switch their profiles over to Forza 4. Depending on the level you’re at in FM3 and the cars you have in your garage, gift cars will be added to your garage for FM4.

If you’ve worked on liveries for cars in Forza 3, those will also be brought over.

The boxart for the game has also been shown off, confirming that the Ferrari 458 Italia will front the package. You can see it below.

Forza Motorsport 4 will launch this fall for 360. More details will arrive at E3.

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14 Comments

  1. Bluebird

    Really? Announcing Day 1 DLC half a year before the game is out? Just put them on the disc.

    #1 3 years ago
  2. LOLshock94

    @1 i reakon this is MS way of doing 10 dollor project are sumit

    #2 3 years ago
  3. Razor

    Better with Kinect Sensor?

    Really?

    #3 3 years ago
  4. pukem0n

    who cares?
    if you buy it you get it, if you get it used you still have 500+ cars…

    will be on sale someday for 200MSP anyways

    #4 3 years ago
  5. Blerk

    The profile import thing sounds pretty cool. Is that the first time a racing sequel has done that?

    #5 3 years ago
  6. DaMan

    Maybe they’ve set the deadline and figured it won’t meet the quality standards, thus decided to release as the dlc.

    #6 3 years ago
  7. TomisH

    Shots of the above mentioned cars :)
    http://www.gamikaze.pl/Xbox/Galerie/Forza_Motorsport_4_Xbox_360_Galeria_2.aspx

    #7 3 years ago
  8. Bluebird

    @2: I don’t think missing out on 5 cars are going to stop a substantial number of people from buying used. :)

    @7: Those are completely different cars. ;)

    #8 3 years ago
  9. NoxNoctisUmbra

    I am Fan of both GT series and Forza. GT always was more realistic in my opinion but Forza is still great sim/arcade. I hope in FM4 they get rid of steer assists (even it was on with a wheel booooo) as well have sharper graphics during game play.FM3 look like cartoon compared to GT5, all they have to do is do a better lightning effects which they claim they did, but I wanna see gameplay videos and not replay videos from them. We all know how much Gameplay VS replay in FM3 look like.

    Kinect is a joke, I wont spend 150 dollars just to twist my head where my 30 dollar PS Cam can do the same in GT5!!!!

    Finally FM4 will have 16 car races, improved graphics, and I bet physics as well! but Can the Xbox handle it? Or will we see Melting Xbobx because of too much power consumption?

    FM4 might be best racer for 2011, until next year supposedly GT6 in late 2012 will give us a visit.. a never ending battle. Thats good because if it was not for FM GT5 would not have suspension damage, and no body kits.

    #9 3 years ago
  10. mathare92

    “until next year supposedly GT6 in late 2012 will give us a visit.”

    Now that’s what I call optimism.

    #10 3 years ago
  11. pukem0n

    all they have to do in GT6 is add 50 more Nissan Skyline variants and they are done. should take about 2 years for them

    #11 3 years ago
  12. Razor

    It would be good to see GT on a two year dev cycle.

    Unfortunately with Polyphony at the helm, that’s never going to happen :)

    #12 3 years ago
  13. mathare92

    Some new management and a total restructuring of the development pipeline is need at Polyphony, innit? They shouldn’t go the extent of firing Kaz though. That man is Gran Turismo if you ask me.

    #13 3 years ago
  14. albo88

    #11 epic win comment

    #14 3 years ago

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