Forza Horizon 4: Best of Bond Car Pack Review

"Bond, James Bond"


If there was ever a time to integrate the thrills of the James Bond cars, Forza Horizon 4 would be that perfect moment. Taking place in Britain, the game is just asking for this iconic series to throw in some favorites. What we get here is an interesting selection of ten vehicles from the long running secret agent franchise. Some of the best from what Bond has enjoyed over the years is present and it's cool. The oldest vehicle is the Aston Martin DB5 from 1964 whereas the most recent is the Aston Martin DB10 from 2015.

Other vehicles include the Jaguar C-X75; Aston Martin DBS, BMW Z8, Aston Martin V8, Citroen 2CV6, Lotus Espirit S1, AMC Hornet X Hatchback and the Aston Martin DBS. They range from all of the years we've seen the films release and it's a neat mix. They also have their signature spy features which can be so much fun.

My favorite was the DB5 as I spent many hours taking this vehicle around since it was so cool. I would have liked to see some of the more sleeker modern vehicles, but this is a proper representation of what the character uses. There are a couple outfits for the character too including the Modern Bond Suit and the Classic Bond Suit.
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The Conclusion

The Forza Horizon 4: Best of Bond Car Pack is a must have for fans of 007 providing a solid selection of iconic vehicles from throughout the years. There's everything from the earliest films to some of the more recent entries. They're powerful machines that have some fun spy gadgets thrown in.

The outfits are snazzy too if you want to look great and the cars themselves are sleek. The quality of the Forza vehicles are excellent and they truly capture the classic looks. This is great for those that want to drive around the classy land of Britain in the same style that their possibly favorite agent did.

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Rating Overall: 8.2

Gamerheadquarters Reviewer Jason Stettner