Forza Horizon 4 is getting a battle royale mode called The Eliminator

Ruben Fields
December 13, 2019

Gamers wishing for more Battle Royale in their lives had their prayers answered today with Forza's take on the formula.

We've reached peak gaming. Players start in a basic auto (the Mini Cooper) and can find pickups to upgrade their vehicle, plus you can challenge any other driver you're near to a head-to-head race.

Released in a free update today, the new mode has a whopping 72 racers competing against each other as they rocket around Forza 4's open-world rendition of Britain. Yes!

In The Eliminator mode, up to 72 players can join a session together, beginning the match with low-level cars (such as a 1965 Mini Cooper) and then "eliminating one another in head-to-head races to earn upgrades and a chance to pick up faster cars", reads the YouTube trailer description. Once an individual race is complete, the loser is disqualified and the victor can either select an upgrade or steal their opponent's vehicle.

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When the Eliminator update goes live tomorrow, 12th December, at 6pm in the UK/10 am PT, it will be accompanied by a special mini-campaign and unlockable rewards.

When only 10 players remain, the endgame is declared, and a final checkpoint put on the map for the remaining cars to race towards in order to win. However, based on the video below, The Eliminator looks like it's a lot of fun to play.

Forza Horizon 4 Battle Royale is an actual real, tangible, not-even-a-little-bit-fake thing and I don't know how to feel.

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