Festival Playlist events and rewards Feb. 10th - 17th (Autumn S4)

Below are the seasonal events and rewards found in the Campaign / Festival Playlist menu. Use this thread to share tips and tuning setups for completing challenges!

AUTUMN | STORM SEASON
SERIES 4: HORIZON WORLD CUP

This is the second season of Series 4.
The season starts at 6:30am Pacific on February 10th and closes at the same time on February 17th, 2022.

Get ready for the Horizon World Cup as France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the USA face off for your support in a global contest of unmissable driving action. You’re invited to represent your favorite country by driving cars from the different countries’ auto manufacturers across The Trial, Seasonal Championships and Playground Games every week throughout Series 4. Completing these events every week will grant points to the home country of the car the player was driving. We’ve set up the car restrictions for each event to ensure each country is fairly represented. Also, make sure you are following our Forza Horizon social channels to get weekly progress updates and our winner announcement to be declared at the end of Series 4. Players will receive an associated car reward from the country that emerges as the winner.

SERIES PROGRESS

Series total: 219 Points
Points are accumulated across all four seasons. Each event in the Festival Playlist has a number of points to earn noted in the bottom left corner of the event tile. Accumulate points with any combination of completed events to earn the first reward car, and continue earning points from remaining events to earn the second reward car. Cars noted as Exclusive are not available in the Autoshow, so grab them while you can! But don’t worry if you miss them, these cars may come back again for future Festival Playlists.

Reward: 2004 Saleen S7 (Hard-to-Find car) (100 points)
Reward: 2020 Koenigsegg Jesko (Autoshow value 2,800,000 CR) (160 points)

SEASON PROGRESS

Total Points: 54
Accumulate points with any combination of completed events this season to earn the first reward car, and continue earning points from remaining events to earn the second reward car.

Reward: 2013 Wuling Sunshine S (new Exclusive car) (25 points)
Reward: 2019 Rimac Concept Two (Autoshow value 2,000,000) (40 points)

FORZATHON EVENTS

Not only do completing these events earn seasonal points, they also earn Forzathon Points which can be used in the Forzathon Shop.

#Forzathon Weekly Challenge: Country Rivals: USA vs. Germany (5 points)
These four challenges must be completed in sequence for completion.

  • Chapter 1: We Don’t Need Roads | Own and drive any American or German car made before 2010
  • Chapter 2: Face the Competition | Win a Cross Country Circuit Event with an American or German car made before 2010
  • Chapter 3: Go, Go, Go! | Earn 3 Stars on any Trailblazer with an American or German car made before 2010
  • Chapter 4: Crash and Dash | Earn 5 Crash Landing Combos with an American or German car made before 2010

#Forzathon Daily Challenges (1 point each)
Each day a new challenge opens at 6:30am Pacific.

  • Catch! | Infect another player in Infected or Survival
  • Teamwork | Complete 2 Horizon Tour drives
  • Speed Run | Earn 10 Speed Skills in the 2018 Deberti F-150 Prerunner
  • C You Later | Win a Cross Country Event in any ‘C’ class vehicle
  • Rise to the Challenge | Complete a Challenge Card
  • The Very Best | Beat an ‘S2’ Class Rival
  • To Infinity! | Earn 3 Stars on any Danger Sign in an Infiniti vehicle

Forzathon Shop

  • 600 FP Car: 1987 Porsche 959 (Autoshow value 2,000,000 CR)
  • 400 FP Car: 2016 RJ Anderson #37 Polaris RZR-Rockstar Energy Pro 2 Truck (Autoshow value 500,000 CR)
  • 75 FP Clothing: Spaik Crew Socks
  • 75 FP Car Horn: Goalll
  • Wheelspins and Super Wheelspins cost 80 and 300 FP each

SEASON EVENTS

Toggle the menu to show the rewards and restrictions for each event - if you complete the event in a car outside the restrictions or fail to meet the target, you won’t get the reward and points from completion.

Horizon Arcade (3 points) Mini Games | Complete any Horizon Arcade theme.

The Trial (10 points) | Full Speed Ahead | Road Racing | (B700) Country Rival cars
Note: You must have unlocked the Hall of Fame with Accolade points to enter the Trial.
Reward: 2013 Caterham Superlight R500 (Autoshow value 82,000)

Seasonal Playground Games (3 points) | Contact Sport | Ek’ Balam | (B700) Country Rival cars
Reward: 2016 BMW M2 Coupe (Autoshow value 69,000)

Championship (5 points) | Home Street Home | Street Racing | (B700) Country Rival cars
Reward: 2018 Honda Civic Type R (Autoshow value 59,000)

Championship (5 points) | Super Sonic | Dirt Racing | (B700) Country Rival cars
Reward: 2007 Peugeot 207 Super 2000 (Autoshow value 150,000)

Championship (5 points) | The Big Leagues | Cross Country | (B700) Country Rival cars
Reward: 2019 Lamborghini Urus (Autoshow value 150,000)

Country Rival eligible cars:
Trial: France - 2018 Renault Megane R.S.
Trial: Germany - 1982 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.3
Trial: Italy - 1968 Ferrari 365 GTB/4
Trial: Japan - 1992 Honda NSX-R
Trial: UK - 2015 Jaguar XE-S
Trial: USA - 1995 Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1
Street: France - 2008 Renault Megane R26.R
Street: Germany - 2005 BMW M3
Street: Italy - 1967 Lamborghini Miura P400
Street: Japan - 1993 Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec
Street: UK - 2015 Jaguar XE-S
Street: USA - 2009 Ford Focus RS
Dirt: France - 2008 Renault Megane R26.R
Dirt: Germany - 1983 Audi Sport quattro
Dirt: Italy - 2017 Maserati Levante S
Dirt: Japan - 2004 Subaru Impreza WRX STi
Dirt: UK - 2012 MINI John Cooper Works GP
Dirt: USA - 1977 Ford #5 Escort RS1800 MkII
Cross Country: France - 2008 Renault Megane R26.R
Cross Country: Germany - 2019 Porsche Macan Turbo
Cross Country: Italy - 2017 Maserati Levante S
Cross Country: Japan - 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X GSR
Cross Country: UK - 2018 Land Rover Range Rover Velar First Edition
Cross Country: USA - 2014 Ford Ranger T6 Rally Raid

CHALLENGES

Photo Challenge (2 points) | #FASTTRACK | Photograph a 2017 Ferrari 812 Superfast racing on the Horizon Mexico Circuit
Reward: Applause Car Horn unlock

Horizon Open (2 points) | Good Sport | Earn 5 Clean Start Skills in Horizon Open Racing
Reward: World’s Fastest! Forza LINK phrase unlock

Collectibles (2 points) | Two-Wheel Challenger | Smash 10 bicycles
Reward: 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat (Autoshow value 75,000 CR)

MONTHLY RIVALS

NIO EP9 at Estadio Circuit (4 points for the season, 16 points for the series)

  • Set a clean lap in the provided car in as many laps as you like.

SUPER7

Complete the Horizon Super7 in the Creative Hub menu
Reward: Wheelspin

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All ready been trying out cars for the next weekly which you can use either American or German cars for built before 2010, and since it looks to be cross county events I got that desert flyer Porsche all tuned up ready to go.

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Next season’s weekly will be no problem. No real need to find the perfect car and tune unless you insist on doing the races against harder AI. I do have a '95 Corvette loaded with a good road race tune for the Trial as it looks like that will be the American car for that event. Also have an American flag livery made and applied to it (you can find it on my paint booth thread.

I agree with all of this. While they reduced the points required to get the second vehicle by ~10%, they reduced the available points to earn by 17-20%. For those of us that really despise The Trial, we now are forced to earn practically every other point to get both cars each week. Lower the points to where they are now (25/40 per season, 100/160 (or even 180) for the series), but put all the events (PR stunts, Eliminator, Horiton Arcade, Horizon Tour) back in so we can earn the points however we the player would like to.

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Looks like a good choice. If we need to earn 3 stars on any trailblazer in one go, I’ll opt for the Porsche or a Hoonigan.

This guy’s done it in a 1963 VW Type 2 De Luxe which I probably won’t be using:

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B700 Eligible Car List for Autumn Events:

Trial: France - 2018 Renault Megane R.S.
Trial: Germany - 1982 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.3
Trial: Italy - 1968 Ferrari 365 GTB/4
Trial: Japan - 1992 Honda NSX-R
Trial: UK - 2015 Jaguar XE-S
Trial: USA - 1995 Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1

Street: France - 2008 Renault Megane R26.R
Street: Germany - 2005 BMW M3
Street: Italy - 1967 Lamborghini Miura P400
Street: Japan - 1993 Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec
Street: UK - 2015 Jaguar XE-S
Street: USA - 2009 Ford Focus RS
Dirt/PGG: France - 2008 Renault Megane R26.R
Dirt/PGG: Germany - 1983 Audi Sport quattro
Dirt/PGG: Italy - 2017 Maserati Levante S
Dirt/PGG: Japan - 2004 Subaru Impreza WRX STi
Dirt/PGG: UK - 2012 MINI John Cooper Works GP
Dirt/PGG: USA - 1977 Ford #5 Escort RS1800 MkII
Cross Country: France - 2008 Renault Megane R26.R
Cross Country: Germany - 2019 Porsche Macan Turbo
Cross Country: Italy - 2017 Maserati Levante S
Cross Country: Japan - 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X GSR
Cross Country: UK - 2018 Land Rover Range Rover Velar First Edition
Cross Country: USA - 2014 Ford Ranger T6 Rally Raid

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3rd try on trial. This should be easy. Got it. Bedlam has a good '92 NSX. Launch is a little slow. AI seems to have a lot of speed and hard to catch up with. On to 5 clean starts to totally do a pointless task…

Apologies to DaReoCharmer, who I just accidentally punted in a Trial event, followed by bungling some quick chats looking for “Sorry”. Not my best effort. I quit that one – had already won the trial in a different car and wanted to see how the NSX would do.

Edit: I won the trial in the Jag but I don’t recommend it. NSX is good all around with or without the I6 swap, Vette is good on the sprints but struggled on the circuit.

Yeah… more another rainy cross country championship.
Back in the days of FH4, I thought that the UK was a country with a lot of rain, so they must have replicated that, but I guess I was wrong.
PG must not know how to adjust the difficulty level other than to make it rain, or he must believe that other countries have the same frequency of rain as the UK.

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Its annoying…

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Great, now I have to go back into Open Racing to get Good Sport. What’s the point of that one when everyone’s ghosted at the start anyway?

Did the trial on my first attempt despite having numpties as team mates who’s only way of getting around corners is to run into other drivers, based on that I have decided I won’t be doing it again to help others like I usually do.

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Weekly Challenge want me to do a crosscountry circuit in a german or american car.
I did - but the weekly challenge thinks a 1969 Volkswagen Bug is not a german car…

well…

don’t how often I did something the FH5 game told me to do and then the game tells me: Well, nice but it doesn’t count for no reason, I want you to do it again but you don’t get any info howto…

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Did you just get in the car and drive it for a short distance to unlock the first chapter or did you jump straight into doing a cross country curcuit race?

sure its unlocked… my next try was the type2 deluxe 1963 which also not counted

Edit: next try was Willy’s Jeep and finaly it worked…

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Thanks for the tip. Willeys Jeep worked. FH5 is frustrating and disappointing. More bugs than FH4 had. :pensive: :worried:

Same thing happened to me. Really tired of the incompetence coming from this studio.

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Enough with the British Fords!

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Both cars unlocked, 103 series points so far. Won’t play it again for another week :sweat_smile:

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