GAMEPLAY: Forza Horizon 3

Welcome back to another episode of GAMEPLAY. This month, fasten your seatbelts because we are going down under as we take you through Forza Horizon 3. 

In this month’s ‘Gameplay’, we are down under, racing around Australia and broadening our horizons as we complete races and challenges to unlock new elements of the game. 

We look at some different vehicles and body kits, but that is just a drop in the ocean compared to the hundreds of cars available to Forza Horizon 3 players. 

So far, for “GAMEPLAY”, we have focussed on multiplayer game experiences. 

Forza Horizon 3 also falls into this bracket, supporting up to 12 players in its multiplayer open world mode. Today we take a look at a standard race in the desert to show gamers that a solo drive when no one else is online can also be a great way to relax and enjoy driving… long before you have passed your test!

So, join us as we take the wheel for FORZA HORIZON 3!

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Giddy Gamerz

We are the Giddy Gamerz. We are three siblings who set up our YouTube channel in the very first lockdown with the purpose of connecting with our friends and keeping them entertained.
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