Forza Horizon 4‘s car list may have already leaked, thanks to an incredibly early preload of the game for one Windows Store customer.
According to one Reddit user, a preordered copy of Forza Horizon 4 already downloaded in full, allowing them a sneak peek into the game’s files, specifically the cars folder. Following the leak, another Reddit user helpfully listed all the cars by manufacturer, make, and year, giving us more insight into what’s included and what’s missing from the upcoming racer.
The first thing to note is that this list is seemingly incomplete. Only 87 of the supposed 100 manufacturers to feature in Forza Horizon 4 have made the list here, meaning that there will be even more cars in the game than the ones that have already leaked. If you’re favorite car didn’t make the cut, you don’t need to worry just yet.
With that in mind, there are already notable absences from this current list. Toyota’s contribution to the roster is suspiciously lacking, including only three trucks. Classics like the Corolla SR5, Supra RZ, and Celica GT (all of which made their way into Forza Horizon 3) are notably missing in action. Volvo is returning, but it’s only got four cars in the game so far. Likewise, Lexus and Rolls-Royce aren’t even listed as a manufacturers, though it’s possible that they’re two of the remaining 13 that have yet to be added to the game.
As for what is included, Porsche is obviously well-represented on the list, as is Nissan, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Mercedes-Benz, Chevrolet, Ford, and Jaguar. Aston Martin is included but missing some notable cars, like the 2008 DBS that was included in Forza Motorsport 7. Most importantly, the Halo Warthog seems to be returning in Forza Horizon 4.
Without outright confirming the list, the official Forza Twitter account at least corroborated it by announcing that the game was indeed preloading early for some customers.
Today, some of you noticed Forza Horizon 4 game files preloading on your PCs. This was not intended and you don’t have to do anything. The final game will download automatically when it is released. If you’d like, you can safely uninstall the downloaded files.
— Forza Motorsport (@ForzaMotorsport) June 24, 2018
Forza Horizon 4 is still three months out, which should at least assuage some fears about missing cars. Thankfully, developer Playground Games might make up for some vehicular oversights by focusing even more on the map and environment this year, especially when it comes to creating believable seasons.
Forza Horizon 4 is launching for Xbox One and PC on October 2nd.