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Forza Horizon 4 Update 18 Available Today, Patch Notes Here


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Forza Horizon 4 Update 18 Available Today, Patch Notes Here

The latest Forza Horizon 4 game update is available today, featuring nine new car drops for The Eliminator.

  • Top Gear Track-Tor
  • Mercedes Benz Unimog
  • MINI X-Raid
  • Hummer H1 Open Top
  • Quartz Regalia D
  • M12S Warthog CST
  • Jeep Wrangler DD
  • Funco F9
  • Isha’s Off-Road Taxi

Series 18 also features an Outlaw, a drifting legend, showcase remixes, important bug fixes, and much more. Check out the patch notes below, along with some of these brand new cars in action, from the January livestream.


  • Fixed an issue where the action bar was not appearing in freeroam over other players’ cars
  • Improved loading time when loading into The Eliminator
  • Fixed an issue where traffic cars would not always appear in Co-Op Street Scene events
  • Improved the loading time when upgrading a car in The Eliminator
  • Increased the arena boundary audio
  • Fixed an issue where custom controller or keyboard settings wouldn’t allow a user to upgrade their car in The Eliminator
  • Fixed additional instances of players not being able to challenge others to Head-to-Head races in The Eliminator
  • Fixed an issue where the timeout bar in The Eliminator was misaligned when playing in certain languages
  • Fixed an issue where players would sometimes be unable to open the pause menu or map after quitting and re-joining The Eliminator
  • Various stability and performance improvements


  • Drastically improved loading times when booting into the game with all DLC installed

Here are the Remixes in Series 18:


  • A black cab with a Racing V12. A Delta-Wing. What could go wrong? Only one way to find out!


  • Bringing back bikes and buggies for a dirty good time in this showcase remix.

Series 18 also adds four exclusive cars to the game as Festival Playlist rewards.

  • 2006 Hummer H1 Alpha Open Top (Summer reward; previously in FH1) – Earn by completing Shummer Nights
  • 2018 Lamborghini Huracan Performante (Autumn reward; new to Forza) – Earn by completing 50% of Season
  • 1964 Porsche 356 C Cabriolet Emory (Winter reward; new to Forza) – 50% Playlist Completion
  • 1985 Toyota Sprinter Trueno GT Apex (Spring reward; previously in FH3) – Earn by completing Is That a Supra?


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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