Forza Horizon Announces Thanksgiving Treat; What To Expect?

Forza Horizon brings Thanksgiving to Australian Outback this week. As announced earlier, the new Horizon Harvest Hangout is coming with four Thanksgiving-themed challenges, the Gather For the Feast, A Bountiful Harvest, Gobble, Gobble and Food Fight.

The Forza Horizon challenge A Bountiful Harvest is reported to rack up 100,000 Landscaping Skill points. Earning 10,000 XP, and Gather for the Feast on the other hand will require joining and completing an Online Adventure in the Holden Sandman to get 20,000 XP.

On the other hand, Gooble Gobble requires joining an Online Freeroam session that unlocks three wheelspins, while Food Fight will require playing on 20 Playground Games in order to win a Subaru BRAT GL Horizon Edition. Meantime, some reports also indicate that a Black Friday-themed Forzathon is believed to offer a 30 percent price cut on all cars, which means players who plan to buy a supercar can have an extra boost needed to afford it.

Forza Horizon players are also in for another surprise, as Microsoft is reported to offer F-150 Raptor with an Xbox anniversary livery, in celebration of the console's 15th anniversary. Players who were able to purchase the Forza Horizon 3VIP Package can have the chance to get a Bonus Truck that comes with an alternate livery. Meanwhile, the Forza Horizon 3 campaign structure is reported to set the player up as the leader of the Horizon Festival that celebrates music, beautiful scenery and cars. The players are given the task of setting up and competing in a series of events like stunts and races.

Completing the activities in the Forza Horizon Festival allows the player to attract fans to the Festival, and at specific thresholds, can also upgrade the festival to set up additional events, choose a place to open a new festival and participate in the showcase events. Later on, the player will be required to put on a showcase that acts as the finale. Watch The First 31 Minutes of Forza Horizon 3:

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