It's time for another round of Pick One! This week, to celebrate the release of Forza Horizon 5: Hot Wheels, we're going back and taking a look at the history of Forza Horizon expansions over the past decade.
There have been some amazing expansions, but which is your favourite? Remember, you can only pick one!
Forza Horizon 2: Storm Island
A new land of extremes awaits with the Storm Island Expansion for Forza Horizon 2! Blast your way through extreme weather conditions like tropical storms and thick fog and challenge Storm Island’s sudden and severe terrain changes.
Forza Horizon 3: Blizzard Mountain
Blizzard Mountain invites players to the snowy elevations of a brand new playable area of Forza Horizon 3’s Australia. This is a place where speedy vehicles are welcome, ice and blizzard conditions are the norm, and snow tires are heartily recommended.
Forza Horizon 3: Hot Wheels
This expansion lets players travel to a brand-new location in Australia, a place where lazy Sunday drives are replaced by insane high-speed stunts on miles of looping, banking, giant iconic orange Hot Wheels tracks.
Forza Horizon 4: Fortune Island
Seek your fortune in the most treacherous Horizon expansion yet, where you will conquer extreme terrain, lightning storms and perilous roads in search of hidden treasure. Embark on a new campaign, solve Treasure Hunt riddles, and carve your own path in new Trailblazer PR Stunts.
Forza Horizon 4: LEGO Speed Champions
Forza Horizon 4 LEGO® Speed Champions, the second major expansion for the award-winning Forza Horizon 4, presents a wonderous new LEGO Valley to race and explore. Amass your own Brick Collection and construct a Master Builder’s House with a garage of amazing LEGO Speed Champions cars including the McLaren Senna, Ferrari F40 Competizione, and 1967 Mini Cooper S Rally.
Forza Horizon 5: Hot Wheels
Calling all daredevil drivers and creators! Blast off to the visually stunning, exhilarating new Horizon Hot Wheels Park in the clouds high above Mexico. Experience the fastest, most extreme tracks ever devised. Design, build, and share your own Hot Wheels adventure with 80 distinct, snappable track pieces.
Let us know your favourite Forza Horizon expansion in the poll and comments below.
I'd have to give it to FH3 Hot Wheels, FH5 Hot Wheels felt too short in comparison and I liked both Hot Wheels expansions more than the other FH expansions I had played.
Horizon Rally in FH1. It genuinely felt like both a logical addition to the game and a whole new event type to master as you weren’t against other drivers directly.
The others all just took a portion of the game (or a biome) and ran with that, effectively being more of the same.
Always wanted to play Blizzard Mountain.
Never played any though.
The only time I'll ever be buying DLC for Forza is if they add MK3 Golf Cabrio.
Well since I am only able to play two of them, Blizzard Mountain and Hot Wheels from Forza Horizon 3, I will have to go with Blizzard Mountain as I enjoyed that one more.
I've only played Fortune Island and Lego Speed Champions. Out of the two, I picked Lego.
The new Hot Wheels one is the first I've played and I'm really enjoying it so far. It has more progression to it than the main game which I approve of.
@RadioHedgeFund Kind of with you on the Rally add on from the first Horizon but Blizzard Mountain runs it close.
I think Blizzard Mountain is my favorite because it was simply focused on snow driving, which was great because if I was ever in the mood for it I could just go there.
Runner up would be Fortune Island, that was a pretty fun environment. Storm Island was also great at the time.
The rest have just always felt like gimmick expansions to me, marketing material for Hot Wheels and Legos.
Lego was my favourite
FH 2 - Storm Island.
Fortune Island. Loved and completed it.
Of all of them LEGO had the most content. Storm Island with the weather effects at the time was very impressive. The Hot Wheels content is fun, but completing it was short lived. I'm looking forward to some of the player made content with Hot Wheels and event labs though. It may end up being the best if it gets support.
Played everything except Storm Island, Lego has to by favourite, better design and more to do that any of the others
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