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Ridiculous Forza Horizon 4 glitch makes car un-crashable

Published: 13/Nov/2020 11:57

by Kieran Bicknell


Forza Horizon 4 players often live life on the edge, pushing the limits of their vehicles as they seek to earn skill points or achievements. This Redditor was doing just that, when an unusual glitch saved his Ferrari 599xx Evo from disaster.

Finding glitches in Forza Horizon 4 is nothing new, but we’re constantly amazed by the sheer randomness of bugs people find within the game. From falling down sinkholes to breaking speed records, players have become masters at manipulating the game for their own gain.

However, unlike many previous glitches we’ve featured, this one appears to have actually saved the player in question.

Forza Horizon 4 Ferrari 599xx Evo
The Ferrari 599xx Evo is one of the fastest cars in the game.

Forza Horizon 4 crash glitch

We can’t quite confirm whether this glitch is related to the winter season or whether it was simply a random event, but it certainly saved this player from disaster.

While pushing their Ferrari 599XX Evo to the limit, this Redditor misjudged the corner, and appeared to be on course to plow into a group of trees.

What happened next was entirely unplanned, but worked in the player’s favor. The Ferrari appears to skid up onto its side, before the game glitches in a dramatic fashion.

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Instead of the car crashing into the tree and coming to a stop, the game freezes momentarily. The car then continues to pass through the tree undamaged.

Not only did the player manage to avoid the crash, but also managed to level-out the car and continue driving. Plus, they even managed to score a ‘great air’ skill point in the process.

With the video taking place during the winter season in Forza Horizon 4, the icy roads may have helped Redditor u/Xtremville glide along smoothly. However, that still doesn’t explain the glitch itself, which appears to be a random occurrence.

Whatever happened, we bet Xtremville was feeling very lucky after this strange event.


Terrible Forza Motorsport glitch ruins races and sends cars into ‘space’

Published: 20/Nov/2020 15:53

by Kieran Bicknell


Forza Motorsport still enjoys a cult following years after its initial release date. With the promise of a new game on the horizon, players are still finding unusual glitches in the current release, often with hilarious results.

Online matches on both Forza Motorsport and Forza Horizon 4 are often criticized for their eccentric players and connection issues.

Well, it seems those aforementioned issues surfaced once again for this Redditor. While happily racing in an online lobby, a strange glitch caused them to be launched ‘into space’ temporarily, ruining the race.

Forza Motorsport car flying
Reddit: U/Archangel_Matthias
The car did a number of rolls in mid-air after the glitch.

Forza Motorsport online multiplayer glitch

Initially, the clip below seems like a perfectly normal race. In fact, it’s much more civilized than many online races on any of the Forza games than we’ve ever seen.

However, that soon changed when what can only be described as a catastrophic glitch ruined the race for Redditor u/Archangel_Matthais.

While taking a corner at low speed, a car can be seen flying past on the right-hand-side of the video. At first the car appears to smash into the track barrier, but it is clear that it is glitching heavily.

It then seems as if the car ‘bounces’ off the barrier, and then cuts through the players’ car.

Briefly joined a space program from r/forza

This unusual glitch has the effect of throwing the player’s car into the air as if it was on a giant rocket ship. Not only that, but it does a number of flips while in mid-air, before crashing back down to earth.

Thankfully, the player saw the funny side of the situation. Posting to R/Forza on Reddit, they said they “briefly joined a space program” due to the glitch.

Although it is unclear what exactly caused the glitch, it was probably a combination of bad internet connections, high ping, and good old-fashioned bugs. Whatever the case, it made for a hilarious reason for losing a race.