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James Bond Car Pack Coming to Forza Horizon 4

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Microsoft Studios and Playground Games are releasing a car pack for Forza Horizon 4 that features some of James Bond’s most iconic rides.

The “Best of Bond Car Pack” will feature 10 vehicles that span 50 years of agent 007’s most popular films, including Casino Royale, Goldfinger, The Man With the Golden Gun, and Spectre. These include the Aston Martin DB5 (made famous by Sean Connery) and BMW Z8 (from The World Is Not Enough). Three James Bond outfits and six “Quick Chat” phrases for use in the game will also be included as park of the pack.

The complete list of cars can be found below:

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  • 1964 James Bond Edition Aston Martin DB5
  • 1969 James Bond Edition Aston Martin DBS
  • 1974 James Bond Edition AMC Hornet X Hatchback
  • 1977 James Bond Edition Lotus Esprit S1
  • 1981 James Bond Edition Citroën 2CV6
  • 1986 James Bond Edition Aston Martin V8
  • 1999 James Bond Edition BMW Z8
  • 2008 James Bond Edition Aston Martin DBS
  • 2010 James Bond Edition Jaguar C-X75
  • 2015 James Bond Edition Aston Martin DB10
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According to a Forza spokesman:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“The James Bond series of films are iconic for numerous reasons: fantastic locations, thrilling action and an ever-evolving line-up of fascinating gadgets. Forza fans appreciate 007 for yet another reason: his awesome line-up of amazing automobiles. We’re thrilled to announce the Best of Bond Car Pack as the Day One Car Pack for Forza Horizon 4.”[/testimonials]

The game will come out for the Xbox One and PC on October 2.

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