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First Forza 4 Details Arrive, with Limited Edition Vehicles

by William Schwartz

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This fall Forza 4 will return and many people are already calling this the racing game event of the year.  Not many details about the upcoming racer from Turn 10 are out in the wild at this point, but many have speculated that the game will include some Kinect functionalities that go far beyond the virtual examination of cars.  If you’re all about the vehicles and could care less about the motion controller stuff, Turn 10 will be releasing a few limited edition automobiles to add to your collection at launch.

The car pack which will be packed into a limited edition “first production run” will include five exclusive vehicles.

Ford Mustang GT Coupe 1965: Take to the road in this classic American stallion, one of Ford’s most successful launch cars behind the Model A.

Koenigsegg Agera 2011: “The Agera–from the Swedish verb “to act”–celebrates 15 years of Koenigsegg’s uncompromising philosophy of making dream cars.”

Lexus SC300 1997: A classic personal luxury coupé, the SC300 combines a powerful racer with a 225bhp I6-powered engine.

RUF RGT-8 2011: The spectacular RGT-8 is powered by a 4.5-liter V8 engine that has been fine tuned to deliver unmatchable sports car power and curb appeal.

Tesla Roadster Sport 2011: For luxury car fans, the Roadster Sport is electric heaven.  Get behind the wheel of this electric two-seater and go zero to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds with a peak rating of 288 horsepower.

Microsoft also announced today that there will indeed be a Limited Collector’s Edition of Forza 4 as well, though didn’t mention any of specifics about it.  They did however, release the box art for the racer, which showed the Ferrari 458 Italia as the “Forza Motorsport 4 Cover Car”.

Also noted in the press release from Microsoft, is that there will be a profile importation feature from Forza 3, by importing your profile you will automatically have cars added to your collection from the tireless hours you put into the last game, as well as importing liveries from the Forza 3 livery editor…cool.

“For those who have invested tireless hours in “Forza Motorsport 3”, Turn 10 Studios is pleased to announce a unique “Forza Motorsport 4” feature called Profile Import, which rewards fans for their time. Based on your player level and the cars in your garage in “Forza Motorsport 3”, gift cars will be automatically added to your “Forza Motorsport 4” garage and you’ll also receive bonus gifts and credits. And for those who spent hours creating intricate layers and liveries in the “Forza Motorsport 3” Livery Editor, you will be able to import those layers, so your time isn’t lost!”

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