Forza Horizon 2 G-Shock Car Pack Now Available
Forza Horizon 2 fans can now get their hands on the G-Shock Car Pack. Is it $5 well spent or should Xbox One owners be considering a move to Playstation and Gran Turismo?
We’ve written a few times about the iconic Playstation game Gran Turismo and most recently told you about Mazda’s LM55, which is the Japanese giant’s take on the Vision project.
But now Forza has announced that its G-Shock Car Pack is available to download from the Xbox Live store for a mere $5 – a cheap enough price for hardcore fans to get some new cars in their virtual garage. And what an eclectic bunch of cars it is!
First up, there’s the Nissan IDx Nismo, making its video game debut in Forza Horizon 2 – something which is actually pretty exciting considering the real-life version’s future is still up in the air. But its aggressive lines, compact size and serious under-the-bonnet performance have still got us excited.
Gamers who prefer more rugged classics won’t be disappointed by the inclusion of a 1980 Subaru Brat GL – perfect for more off-road encounters.
The last Japanese car, which is actually free to download this month – is a 2010 Mazda Mazdaspeed 3. This hot hatch gives players another angle of enjoyment and is definitely worthy of being in the car pack.
Non-Japanese cars that players can also thrash to their heart’s contents include a 1953 Ferrari Mondial 500, 1975 Ford Bronco and a Shelby-tuned 2013 Ford Raptor with its not too shabby 575-horsepower.
You can check out all the G-Shock car action in the following video from Forza on the Xbox channel: