Forza Horizon 3 Hot Wheels expansion with iconic orange tracks launches May 9th
The open world racing game Forza Horizon 3 was launched on Xbox One and Windows 10 back in September and since then has received lots of additional content, keeping fans happy, engaged, and hungry for more.
Teaming up with Hot Wheels
Now, Forza Community Manager Brian Ekberg just revealed on Xbox Wire a second expansion that’s on its way: the Forza Horizon 3 Hot Wheels DLC. Ekberg said that the latest expansion will allow players to travel to a new location in Australia where “lazy Sunday drivers are replaced by insane high-speed stunts on miles of looping, banking, giant iconic orange Hot Wheels tracks”. Ekberg also said that gamers will get to enjoy famous Hot Wheels vehicles like Twin Mill, the Rip Rod, and the Bone Shaker. The new Forza Horizon 3 Hot Wheels will turn out to be “an automotive adventure unlike anything in Forza history”.
The new expansion surprises
This new expansion will bring all new campaign, ten new cars, a six new themed islands that will be connected by a network of Hot Wheels tracks. The DLC will also add 28 more new achievements worth 500 Gamerscore!
Forza Horizon 3 Hot Wheels will launch on May 9th on Windows 10 and Xbox One and will be free for gamers who have already purchased the $34.99 Forza Horizon 3 Expansion Pass. Otherwise, the DLC will be available for a separate purchase on the Xbox Store for $19.99.
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