While the Horizon Festival in Forza Horizon is typically a place for players to win races, buy cars and increase their popularity level, curious players have found a way to get into the fenced-off areas of the festival.
Throughout the duration of Forza Horizon 4’s lifespan, the Horizon Festival in England has been a place for racers to show off their pace, their cars and take part in some more casual street racing, rather than on professional tracks.
While the Horizon Festival is set in England, and obviously meant to be inspired by real-life festivals in its setting and atmosphere, players are very much confined to the limits of the festival itself…
Or are they?
You’re going to need an Ariel Atom to do this trick.
As with literally every game, players are intent on breaking the rules, and that remains true for Forza Horizon player BenEzekiel, who wasn’t content being confined to the festival, and made it their mission to get out.
It looks like they’ve finally found a way, too, managing to access the fenced-off area of the festival with ease, and it really couldn’t be simpler. Here’s what you’ve got to do:
Find a low fence that you want to jump over.
Set up an Ariel Atom car with its rear bumpers on the fence.
Take whichever car you want, and drive straight at the Atom.
As long as you go straight at it, the Atom will act as a ramp and propel you over the fence, free to explore your new surroundings.
Now, what benefit players will actually gain by getting into the fenced-off areas remains to be seen. At face value, it looks like it does… well, just about nothing. But that’s not to say there’s not more to explore or learn from accessing these areas, and we might be about to say a huge influx of new things to do from players hopping the fences.
If you do find fun new things to do outside of the fences, be sure to share it: you never know what kind of gameplay it could lead to!
Since the update for Series 29 of Forza Horizon 4 dropped, players have been going mad over the all-new Singer DLS. Well, now they will be able to get the next new car on the list, along with a host of other awesome prizes thanks to the autumn update.
Series 29 sees the inclusion of all-new vehicles and challenges for players of Forza Horizon 4. Split across the usual four-season cycle, the autumn season of series 29 sees a heavy focus on sports cars, along with the chance to pick up the all-new BMW 850CSi.
Forza Horizon 4 Series 29 Autumn update cars
Players will be happy to see that the new BMW 850CSi is available for the first time, as a reward for reaching 50% completion of this weeks’ festival playlist. While there aren’t as many new or rare cars available for this season, there are still plenty of prizes to get players coming back time and again to the open-world racer.
The all-new BMW 850CSi looks set to be a fan favorite.
Autumn season completion bonus cars
1995 BMW 850CSi
New, Rare, Hard-to-find
2011 HSV GTS
Autumn season challenge cars
Fast or last
2008 Maserati MC12 Versione Corsa
Seasonal Playground Games
2014 Maserati Ghilbi S Q4
2018 Renault Megane R.S.
1984 Ferrari 288 GTO
Legendary, Autoshow Car
1970 AMC Rebel ‘The Machine’
Forza Horizon 4 Series 29 Autumn events – rewards
Alongside the usual plethora of cars available as prizes, players also have the chance to get their hands on a number of other exciting rewards during the autumn update for Series 29.
Rail Yard Ramp
Seasonal PR Stunt (Speed Trap)
Seasonal PR Stunt (Danger Sign)
Seasonal PR Stunt (Speed Zone)
Forza Horizon 4 Series 29 Autumn Forzathon
This season’s Forzathon centers around the Modern Sports Car category.
Autumn sees the Forzathon event center around the ‘Modern Sports Car’ category of vehicles. With plenty of eligible cars to choose from in the Autoshow, this is one of the most accessible Forzathons we’ve seen for a long time.
Weekly challenges unlock as you progress through them, with a total of 4 ‘chapters’ available for completion.
There are also seven ‘daily challenges’ with skill and event objectives to complete. Daily challenges are unlocked with each consecutive day of the season, but are subject to their own individual time limits.
Series 29 Autumn weekly Forzathon challenges
Here is a complete list of the Series 29 Autumn Forzathon challenges, along with how to complete them. Completion of each weekly challenge earns players 200fp (Forzathon points) to redeem in the seasonal Forzathon shop.
Weekly Challenge Name
Chapter 1 – Purse strings
Own and drive any vehicle from the ‘Modern Sports Car’ category.
Chapter 2 – Wind in your sails
Clock 3 stars at the Moorhead Wind Farm speed trap in your modern sports car
Chapter 3 – Are you a wizard?
Earn an air skill and a pass skill at the same time to make an ‘airbourne pass’ skill in your modern sports car.
Chapter 4 – Paddock pass
Achieve 2 podium finishes in Road Racing events while driving your modern sports car
Forza Horizon 4 Series 29 Autumn daily challenges
Completion of each daily challenge will earn players 20fp (Forzathon points) to redeem in this season’s Forzathon shop.
Daily challenge name
#1 Adrenaline Rush
Earn 1 Great Speed skill
Earn 2 Ultimate Drafting skills
#3 Shake N’ Bake
Earn 2 Slingshot skills
#4 Chicken Dinner
Win a Road Sprint event
Earn a total 250,000 skill score
#6 Danger is my middle name
Earn 3 stars in total from danger signs
#7 Git Gud Son
Win a Drag Strip event
Series 29 Autumn Forzathon Shop
We’re still waiting for the exact details of the Autumn Forzathon shop to be announced, though since there is a heavy emphasis on Maserati cars in the prize list, we can probably expect an Italian theme in the shop, too. We’ll update this article once we know more, so be sure to check back.