Forza Horizon 4 gets free update featuring Super7 mode and Blueprint Builder
Forza Horizon 4 is getting a new free game mode this week called Super7 that brings elements similar to those Trackmania. Super7 mode will feature a variety of stunt challenges that are developed by the Forza Horizon community members.
Upon completion of these challenges, players will get in-game rewards which includes the 1924 Austin Seven car. These challenges are skippable, so if a certain challenge is too difficult for you, you can just burn the card and get a new challenge that you can overcome.
Blueprint builder gives complete creative freedom
Forza Horizon 4 is a racing game developed by Playground Games and Published by Microsoft Studios. It was first released for Xbox One and Microsoft Windows in October 2018 and it was also one of the launch day titles for Microsoft's next-gen consoles Xbox Series X/S which was released on November 10, 2020.
Apart from the stunt challenges, another exciting feature that Super7 mode brings to the game is the Blueprint Builder. This will allow the players to build their own race tracks anywhere on the Forza Horizon 4 map including Lego and Fortune Island regions. Raised tracks and ramps will also enable you to race across previously inaccessible areas like lakes and you can also add Dinosaurs on your track.
Blueprint Builder that Super7 mode brings to Forza Horizon 4 will give players the complete creative freedom to build a racing circuit of their desire. With the tools available at the players' disposal, they can also set challenge type, time of day, weather conditions, and more.