Forza Horizon 3 Update: A New Killer Car Confirmed To Arrive On November 2; What To Expect

As one of 2016's best games ever, Forza Horizon 3 still has a ton of contents to bring on the table. Playground Games is yet to release surprises up its sleeve. One exciting announcement the developer made is the roll-out of a new car in November that's promised to be a killer one.

Forza Horizon 3 New Killer Car

Forza Horizon 3 has already been confirmed to release update in November. In the game's Motorsport Week In Review newsletter, community manager Brian Ekberg stated that Playground Games has an addition for next month's update that the developer has "never done before" in Forza Horizon's history. A report has a seemingly credible grounds why the game is bound for a new Car Pack DLC which is expected to bring a killer vehicle.

It can be noted that mid this year, Ekberg also dropped a similar news and later on fulfilled what had been promised. Although there has been no official confirmation yet, it is a pretty decent speculation to believe. That was the time when the 1957 BMW Isetta, also known as Bubble Car, and Reliant Supervan III were unveiled.

Forza Horizon 3 Update: What To Expect

Considering Playground Games' "never done before" statement, other predictions suggest that Forza Horizon 3 might finally have a motorcycle in its roster of vehicles. However, motorbikes seem to be in question for now considering the time to create animation, but nothing is impossible for now. Currently, the open world racing video game has the Australian Outback in its lineup, an ATV of sorts. Hence, a motorbike should be a good addition to Forza Horizon 3's growing and diverse vehicles. Meanwhile, a good addition also is a closed-cabin leaning car.

On other news, Forza Horizon 3 drag race competition at the Extreme Track Toy during the Car Meet earlier this week has awarded the massive #17 Ford Falcon FG car to the lucky winners.

"Forza Horizon 3" is available on Xbox One and Windows PC.

 

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