Forza Horizon 3 #Forzathon October 12-18: “Rally Days”

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Forza Horizon 4 may be here with its #Forzathon overload but that doesn’t mean Playground Studios has given up on Forza Horizon 3! So here we are, another week and time for another Forza Horizon 3 #Forzathon event! The Forza Horizon 3 #Forzathon October 12-18th event gives you a chance to pick up Wheelspins, XP, Credits, and the Subaru #75 WRX Sti VT15r Rally Car. Oh, and don’t forget to check out this week’s Forza Horizon 4 #Forzathon challenges.

This Forza Horizon 3 #Forzathon event started a little late on October 12th at 12:01 p.m. PT and closes at 11:59 pm PT on October 11th so you have until the wee hours of October 12th (depending on your time zone) in order to complete the challenges.

Check out the complete task list and rewards below:

  • Blazing Through: Perform 10 Speed skills to earn 35,000 XP
  • Top of the Class: Beat 3 Rivals to win 3 Wheelspins
  • Unrestrained Speed: Complete 5 Races to receive 100,000 CR
  • Questionable Tactics: Achieve 15 Crash Landing skills to receive the Subaru #75 WRX Sti VT15r Rally Car

As usual, easy stuff this week. Personally, I’d start with the five races. Head up north and set up a one lap race at Coober Pedy Scramble and complete it five times. Once done, you’ll get your 100,000 CR bonus for the week.

Next, head over to the Rivals tab and beat three of those to get your 3 Wheelspins.

Hopefully, by this point you should easily have finished up 10 Speed skills and snagged your 35,000 XP.

Finally, head to the dunes south of the airport and bounce around on the dunes to get your 15 Crash Landing skills. Once done, the Subaru #75 WRX Sti VT15r Rally Car will be yours.

What do you think about the “Rally Days” Forza Horizon 3 #Forzathon event? Are you going to keep completing the Forza Horizon 3 #Forzathons or are you moving on to Forza Horizon 4? Let us know in the comments below or on Google+Twitter, or Facebook.

Last Updated on August 7, 2019.


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