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Forza Horizon 4 Patch Available Now, Fixes Some Eliminator Issues - Patch Notes Here

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Forza Horizon 4 Patch Available Now, Fixes Some Eliminator Issues - Patch Notes Here

The latest Forza Horizon 4 game update fixes some of the issues with the new battle royale mode, The Eliminator. Check out the patch notes below.

Eliminator Balance Changes

  • Significantly increased the damage to the players outside the Arena when it has shrunk to its final size.

Eliminator Fixes

  • Fixed an issue where players were unable to challenge other players to a Head-to-Head
  • Added the ability to reset your car position if stuck in a way which does not trigger the automatic reset
    • If you find yourself stuck, hold accelerate, and you will be prompted to reset your car position
  • Fixed the issue with some Head-to-Head races having their finish line appear outside of the Arena
  • Fixed an issue with the post-race upgrade UI, where the D-pad icon was not appearing as intended
  • Fixed an issue where if one player was eliminated by the arena whilst in a Head-to-Head, both players would be eliminated.
  • Fixed an intermittent crash

If you missed our review of the new Eliminator mode for Forza Horizon 4, you can read it here.

Eliminator mode plays out exactly like other BR modes that you are familiar with in some respects, just minus the weapons. Each opponent begins the round in a massive map with an exterior wall that continues to close in on all opponents until ultimately there is a single opponent left and is declared the winner. You can select your general “drop” point and you will need to search for loot equivalents and other people to destroy.

What separates FH4 Eliminator mode from other BR games is the fact that while still inside the circle any opponent can challenge another to a head-to-head race where the loser is, you got it, eliminated. The winner of the race also gets the option to upgrade their own vehicle or steal their opponent’s ride. This provides quite a bit of risk-reward proposition, but you can’t turn down a challenge either way. If someone honks a horn at you from a close enough distance, you have to race no matter what.

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