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1992 Mitsubishi Galant VR-4

1992 Mitsubishi Galant in Forza Horizon 4, Racing, 2018

Class: Cars, Sedan — Origin: JP

Unplayable vehicle

1992 Mitsubishi Galant VR-4

Picture provided by : J-2

Comments about this vehicle

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J-2 ES (1396)

2018-06-18 19:25

Hopefully it will be drivable, but for the time being, it's a traffic car.

ALMF-3512 CN (0)

2018-06-19 12:10

based on FH3,it should be drivable

carcrasher88 US (20)

2018-06-23 19:20

Confirmed drivable and traffic variants

Automotive Gaming IT (32)

2018-06-24 13:31

yeaea

davidbillmanoy US (5)

2018-09-08 03:03

RIP: www.forzamotorsport.net/en-us/news/wir_9_7_18

Gagarsa06 MX (1)

2018-09-08 04:52

Confirmed, no longer playable.

Kroozah US (0)

2018-09-10 06:54

So wait, if Mitsubishi pulled their licensing, then wouldn't this car not just be unplayable, it wouldn't appear at all? Or would they still let them keep it in as an undriveable traffic car? I thought Mitsubishi had pulled their licensing from the beginning of development and the secret only just came out. But based on this, it looks like they had originally licensed a few cars, Playground had started putting them in the game, and then at the 11th hour they pulled the license. So does this mean that the game developers have to pull all the Mitsubishis that they have put in the game already, including in cutscenes and the background?

ALLSETFORMOVE AU (0)

2018-09-11 14:35

Kroozah wrote So wait, if Mitsubishi pulled their licensing, then wouldn't this car not just be unplayable, it wouldn't appear at all? Or would they still let them keep it in as an undriveable traffic car? I thought Mitsubishi had pulled their licensing from the beginning of development and the secret only just came out. But based on this, it looks like they had originally licensed a few cars, Playground had started putting them in the game, and then at the 11th hour they pulled the license. So does this mean that the game developers have to pull all the Mitsubishis that they have put in the game already, including in cutscenes and the background?

Solid guess.

kylebuilder NZ (0)

2018-09-12 10:09

Kroozah wrote So wait, if Mitsubishi pulled their licensing, then wouldn't this car not just be unplayable, it wouldn't appear at all? Or would they still let them keep it in as an undriveable traffic car? I thought Mitsubishi had pulled their licensing from the beginning of development and the secret only just came out. But based on this, it looks like they had originally licensed a few cars, Playground had started putting them in the game, and then at the 11th hour they pulled the license. So does this mean that the game developers have to pull all the Mitsubishis that they have put in the game already, including in cutscenes and the background?

I think it could be Mitsubishi wanting to put one of their new Crossovers in the game but Forza said no, so Mitsubishi revoked their licence.

J-2 ES (1396)

2018-09-12 19:03

I don't think MS would risk losing the entire brand just because of that reason. I'm sure they wouldn't mind adding the Eclipse Cross for example, it fits after all in Horizon.

MTP02 PL (3)

2018-10-11 20:15

While Toyotas keep up their appearance with racing vehicles, Mitsubishis get completely removed from the franchise.

solarriors CH (6)

2018-10-13 05:11

Thanks for clarification

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