Playground Games will release a battle royale inspired game mode for Forza Horizon 4.
The mode, Eliminator, will be added for free in the racer’s Series 17 update on December 12.
“The Eliminator invites up to 72 players to face-off within an arena set in the open world of Britain,” the developer said on Wednesday.
“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.”
The new mode follows Forza Horizon 4’s paid-for Lego expansion which was released in June.
The game’s Series 16 update added new cars, a new Showcase Remix, Auction House Improvements and more in November.
The core Forza series developer Turn 10 said in June that it has shifted “focus away from Forza Motorsport 7 and towards [its] next project”.
The studio has released a new Forza Motorsport instalment every two years since 2005, the last being 2017’s Forza Motorsport 7, but franchise creative director Dan Greenawalt admitted that with regards to a release window for an upcoming sequel, “we don’t have one”.