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Wednesday, 23 July 2014 08:23

100 cars announced for Forza Horizon 2

Written by David Stellmack

The next 100 to be announced later on

If you like cars, and you are a Forza fan then the news that Playground has announced the first 100 cars that will be in Forza Horizon 2 will be a big deal to you. Beyond the first 100 cars that are shown, it looks like 11 additional cars will be coming as well.

All of the cars for Forza Horizon 2 have been modeled from scratch for the Xbox One, but we suspect that some of the models are carry overs from Forza 5. Still we have spotted a lot of new rides in there for players to explore.

Forza Horizon 2 is on track for a September 30th release in North America, while those in Europe will have to wait till October 3rd. Forza Horizon 2 is being released for both the Xbox One and Xbox 360. The Xbox One version uses the Forza 5 engine and is being developed by Playground Games, while the Xbox 360 version will use the original Forza Horizon engine and is being developed by Sumo Digital.

See all the cars for yourself right here.

 

 

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