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Forza Horizon 4 Super7 Introduces Community Challenge Mode

Forza Horizon 4 has a brand-new player-created challenge mode racing into the British countryside free for players on X-box and PC starting today!

Forza Horizon 4 Super7 brings custom track and challenge creation to the franchise for the first time in a standalone game mode that will test your creativity and driving skills.

“When we were making this feature — and it’s a pretty big undertaking to retrofit something like this into a game that came out a couple of years ago, a game that wasn’t really made for it in the first place — and that posed us some challenges and some difficulties about where we placed the restrictions, what we let you see, what we let you do,” said Forza Horizon 4’s Creative Director Mike Brown during the December 2020 Forza Monthly livestream.

Blueprint Builder is where racers now have the ability to create challenges based on the racing skills and styles already present in Forza Horizon 4. Blueprint Builder also includes a massive catalogue of stunts, structures, season, scenery, time of day and even the music — anything to make it yours and help put the cherry on top of your challenge!

Once you’ve got a course and a challenge created, you’ll be able to issue a “Challenge Card.” Think of it as being your calling card to fellow Super7 drivers! You’ll set a target score to beat and then share it with friends or with the whole community via the mode’s new dedicated tab on the pause menu or in the open world.

Super7 also allows you to take on seven randomly-picked challenges! Beat them all, and you’ll win a prize. Available today are some sick seven titled cars to win with an exclusive 1924 Austin Seven jalopy and a Triumph TR 7 Roadster there to unlock!

So jump into Forza Horizon 4 Super7 today! Then, tune in to Twitch on Thursday, December 10 at 10:00 a.m. PST to see the team at Playground Games go BTS and take on some tracks community members have made!

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