New concept art suggests Forza Horizon sequel is heading to the Deep South

Forza deep south

A Forza Horizon sequel may been leaked today, as well as it’s new location.  IGN uncovered a few pieces of concept art from artist Sumeet Surve, who works at the India-based production company Dhurva Interactive, with the title Forza Deep South.  Dhurva Interatice previously assisted Turn 10 Studios and Playground Studios on Forza Motorsport 4 and Forza Horizon respectively.

Will the new game be titled Forza Deep South?  We do not know.  It’s possible that Deep South was just a working title, or title of the concept art.  One thing we do know is, this is not the first time we have heard of a sequel for Forza Horizon.  In January, a massive rumor dump happened on Neogaf, with a sequel to Horizon being one of the rumors.  These rumors have been corroborated to a point, with the leaked Titanfall Xbox One bundle being real, and The Verge confirming that Microsoft is testing other SKU’s of the Xbox One.  Halo actor Steve Downes also said Halo 2 Anniversary was coming this year, but later went back on the statement, saying he is just reading what everyone else has read.

by, Bobby Marquardt

Source: IGN, Gametrailers, & Sumeet Surve


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