The find of 15 British cars dark within Forza Motorsport 7 update files could indicate that a subsequent Forza Horizon game will be set in a United Kingdom, according to GTPlanet‘s reporting.
Small thumbnail images for 8 vehicles lapse from prior games in a Forza Motorsport series, though a images seem to have been done privately for Forza Motorsport 7 – or, perhaps, as partial of preparations for a Forza Horizon 4.
Seven other thumbnails describe to cars never before seen in a franchise: a McLaren Senna hypercar, 134cm (54in) Peel P50, dual of Ford’s UK 80s mainstays in a Escort XR3 and Fiesta GRC, a Morris Minor, classical black Austin Taxi, and an Aston Martin DB5 that is believed to tie in to a James Bond film franchise.
Following a settlement that began with 2012’s Forza Horizon, and as Microsoft Studios’ Turn 10 group expelled Forza Motorsport 7 in Oct 2017, British reflection Playground Games is approaching to have Forza Horizon 4 ready for late 2018.
The fact that these files have been found within a Forza Motorsport 7 update is allied to a identical introduction of Australian vehicles to a Forza Motorsport 6 audience before Australia-set Forza Horizon 3 was revealed, as dataminer TheAdmeister told a ResetEra forum.
Forza Horizon took place in Colorado, USA and Forza Horizon 2 in southern France and Italy.
At a start of 2018 there were rumours that Forza Horizon 4 would be set in Japan after Xbox’s Head of Marketing, Aaron Greenberg, used a Twitter header picture containing apparent Forza Horizon 4 cover art with Japanese trademark text, though that sold design was after identified as a fan-made cover. — AFP Relaxnews