Forza Horizon 4 Corvette C8

For those still waiting for their C8 units to be delivered, here you go.

Rumour has it that the fifth instalment of the Forza Horizon game series is coming this year.

EA is planning a major announcement on Monday 1 January so if you want to get your hands on a new Corvette C8 then you'll need to act fast.

According to the Home Engineering website, we'll have our hands on a special C8 Corvette for EA around 14 January.

The online for a To be revealed tomorrow.

The list of details we have for EA's Corvette C8 follow:

Air conditioning Hydro-System Engine automotive speakers Anti-theft keys Headlight Self-destruct Button Roof Console Roof Cargo Doors Tethers with motors and flip-open porches Propulsion 201 mph running gear (which will be added to the game) Lamborghini V8 (will be added to the game) Hardtop interior (which will be added to the game) X-Box 360 Controller (to replace AK ACTtransmore ) X-Box Kinect Remote with Headtracking

And finally, the app viewers mentioned in the form of Insectology will help you find outer Fringes of a Fungus or Ornamental Plants.

The game will launch worldwide in February for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. We'll keep you up-to-date with all the latest news as it comes in.

Every August, in the UK, there's a wheelie to celebrate the milestone, with drivers and volunteers head to their local branch of Forza for a day of smashin' and makin'.

You can also listen to our Soundtrack for Forza Horizon 4 with the audio track to the full game on Spotify right here.

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