‘Forza Horizon 3’ Just Got Hotter With The Addition Of Iconic Hot Wheels In The Latest Expansion

May 02, 2017 04:42 AM EDT | Andrew Davis

Cruise in your childhood dream as Playground Games team up with Hot Wheels for the latest expansion of "Forza Horizon 3." Remember the iconic orange track? Then, brace yourself and race around with 10 new exciting vehicles and more.

Since launching on Xbox One and Window 10, "Forza Horizon 3" has since received a number of additional content. And fans are more than engaged and happy with this, including the latest addition.

According to Forza Community Manager Brain Ekberg, the latest expansion for "FH3" will let players travel to new locations in Australia where "lazy Sunday drivers are replaced by insane high-speed stunts on miles of looping, banking, giant iconic orange Hot Wheels tracks." He also added that Hot Wheels vehicles such as the Rip Rod, Twin Mill, and Bone Shaker will be available for players to race around.

Also included in this latest expansion are new campaigns and new themed islands that are connected by a network of Hot Wheels tracks. To top that off, 28 more new achievements worth 500 Gamerscore will also be added.

Watch out for the new Hot Wheels Goliath Circuit in the brand new campaign set in Australia. Also, you can head out and use your creative editing skills on the Stunt Swap, allowing players to modify track sections.  

Included in the expansion is the 2014 Hot Wheels Ford Mustang from Action Vehicle Engineering. Not only that. Just before the new expansion arrives, from May 5 to May 8, a load of Porsches is coming to "FH3" to be unlocked in the Forzathon challenges.

The latest expansion of "Forza Horizon 3" will be available starting May 9 on Xbox One and Windows 10. It will be for those gamers who have purchased the $34.99 "Forza Horizon 3" Expansion Pass. If not, for $19.99, you can get the standalone DLC.

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