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And as far as we've come with the Battle Royale genre, this is one that we're pretty excited about - because Forza Horizon 4 is pure fun. Called The Eliminator it arrives tomorrow as a free update. So then, how does a racing game become a Battle Royale?

Glad you asked because as per the following trailer and brief description the answer is - taking elements from the genre and transposing those onto the open-world racing hit.


The Eliminator invites up to 72 players to face-off within an arena set in the open world of Britain. Eliminating one another in head-to-head races to earn upgrades and a chance to pick up faster cars. Arena walls contract throughout the game, forcing players closer together until a final white-knuckle race among the survivors determines the winner.

So yeah, head-to-head races in a shrinking play-area with winners getting access to faster cars leading up to a final showdown. It'll be interesting to see how the races play-out in a live setting, which we're assuming will follow the format laid out by Forza Horizon 4's in-game live events where you need to follow markers.



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