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Microsoft has today announced that those eager to take a hands-on approach to learning the wheel in Forza Horizon 2 will soon be getting the chance to do just that, with a demo arriving on Xbox One come September 16th.

Details on what to expect track or car-wise have not yet been revealed, with the announcement providing very little on the demo besides that it is coming. Going by the announcement, it also seems like we shouldn't expect an Xbox 360 version; Forza Horizon 2 launches for it on the same day. Playground Games, which is developing the Xbox One version, said the two versions are "different games inspired by the same ideas."

Alongside the demo announcement, Microsoft also revealed the full list of achievements that you can expect in the open-world racer. Check them all out over here to prepare for the achievement hunting.



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