Forza Horizon 4 — the imaginatively named sequel to 2016’s Forza Horizon 3 — has officially been announced for both the Xbox One and PC onstage at Microsoft’s E3 presentation.

In keeping with the tick-tock cadence of the mainstream, ultra-realistic Forza Motorsport titles and the more laid-back Forza Horizon series, Forza Horizon 4 is an arcade racer. Instead of worrying about giving the most authentic driving experience possible, returning Forza Horizon developer Playground Games puts players behind the wheel of a plethora of vehicles and gives them free rein to drive, drift, and explore both the cities and countryside of Britain in dozens of ludicrously fast and expensive cars.

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