Super7 Mode in Forza Horizon 4 Let's You Create Custom Tracks

Xbox's staple racing spin-off game, Forza Horizon 4, may be over 2 years old but that's not stopping developer Playground Games from bringing new content to the game. Just last month the game received optimization updates for Xbox Series X|S and now, to keep that new player base happy, we have Horizon Super7, an all-new game mode where players can create custom racing, driving, and stunt-based challenges, share those creations with the community and participate in ones created by other players as well. 

This is similar to the Forza Horizon 3 user-created Bucket List challenges, as it also allows for a variety of choices in what kinds of challenges you make, from just driving to PR stunts. Not only do you set the challenge in Horizon Super7, but you can also customize the season, weather, time of day, and the default radio station to really let racers get immersed or challenged by the track as you see fit.

You can start your challenge anywhere on the map of Britain that Forza Horizon 4 is set in. Just pick a spot on the custom map editing tool, and get creating! The map editor is fairly simple to use, making it easy to jump right on in. Although the roster of available items doesn't seem that extensive at its current state. Super7 will have its own tab in the pause menu, similar to the Eliminator, the last big Horizon 4 update that added a battle royale mode to the game, so browsing challenges will be as easy as looking through your car garage.

The name Super7 comes from the task you are set when you first begin the mode, which requires you to complete seven pre-selected user-created challenges. Though if any are too hard, or maybe just a bit too rough around the edges as someone was learning how to edit, you can immediately swap it out for a fresh one. And, once you beat those seven, you'll get a nice reward. If you want a video walkthrough of Super7, click here to watch December's Forza Monthly, where they run through the mode and its features.

This mode may be coming a little late to Forza, with other racing titles like Dirt 5 launching with a similar mode on Day 1, but I'll take any chance I can get to dive back into Horizon once more. And if the reveal trailer is proof of what's to come, it'll be like custom races on GTA V backed by the amazing graphics Forza is known for. Super7 will be available for free tomorrow, December 8, for all Forza Horizon 4 players on Xbox and PC. In other Forza news, there are early rumors that Forza Horizon 5 will release next year. If that is true, Playground Games has been very busy, working on this new mode alongside a brand new Forza Horizon game and the recently announced Fable reboot.

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