Forza Horizon 4: Real Life vs. In-Game Britain

Forza Horizon developer Playground Games doesn’t focus on crafting locations with Google Maps levels of accuracy. This is why, in Forza Horizon 3, the famous Great Ocean Road goes to Byron Bay; two places that, in real life, are almost 2,000 kilometres apart.

This is because Playground prioritises an interesting, varied, and fun world over GPS slavishness. Forza Horizon 4 is no different, cramming in chunks of England, Scotland, and Wales into a crazy cocktail.

The team does take key pieces of inspiration from the real world, however, from Warwickshire’s 17th century Chesterton Windmill to Edinburgh’s 200-foot-tall Scott Monument.

Check out these spots and more in the video above.

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