Seven Mitsubishi cars have been added to Forza Horizon 4 in a free pack.
Forza Horizon 4 features one of the most comprehensive car collections in any racing games, with over 450 licensed cars available to take for a virtual test drive from a range of manufacturers. It’s currently the only racing game where you can . The car list is continually expanding too, with new cars being added every week such as the .
The video game industry is booming, which is why car manufacturers often use Forza to promote new models to the game’s massive car-loving audience. Bewilderingly, however, Mitsubishi opted not to feature in Forza Horizon 4, despite the manufacturer’s cars appearing in previous Forza games. Thankfully, Playground Games appears to have resolved any licensing issues, because Mitsubishi has made a return to the Forza franchise.
Best of all, you won’t have to pay for any of the new Mitsubishi cars being added to Forza Horizon 4. Instead, each car is available in a free pack available as part of the game’s Series 5 update, which is mostly made up of legendary Lancer Evolution models. Seven Mitsubishis are included in the pack: the 1992 Galant VR4, 1995 Eclipse GSX, 1997 GTO, 1999 Lancer Evolution VI GSR, 2004 Lancer Evolution VIII MR, 2006 Lancer Evolution IX MR, 2008 Lancer Evolution X GSR. Let’s hope Mitsubishi’s comeback paves the way for Toyota and Lexus to join Forza Horizon 4.
The Series 5 update also adds a new 10-mission campaign called Isha’s Taxis, in which you drive an Austin FX4 London cab and a Cadillac TXS Limousine. Completing all the challenges unlocks the FX4 to use at your leisure. Think of it as Forza Horizon 4’s equivalent to Crazy Taxi. Players can also now compete individually in the game’s online Team Adventure mode as part of the update.