Forza Horizon 2: Storm Island
Release date16 Dec 2014
Storm clouds are gathering; a fierce tropical storm is about to break. Several of the world’s most iconic off-roaders are lined up, poised to spring with a punch of the gas pedal. Thunder crashes in the distance, an omen of the dangerous terrain and extreme elevation changes that await. Drivers grip their steering wheels, ready to tackle the epic challenges ahead. Welcome to a new land of extremes with the Forza Horizon 2: Storm Island expansion!
About Forza Horizon 2: Storm Island
Forza Horizon 2: Storm Island is released by Microsoft Studios in 16 Dec 2014. The game is designed by Playground Games. Forza Horizon 2: Storm Island is a typical representative of the Racing genre. Playing Forza Horizon 2: Storm Island is a pleasure. It does not matter whether it is the first or a millionth hour in Racing, there will always be room for something new and interesting. Thrilling levels and gameplay Forza Horizon 2: Storm Island will not leave anyone indifferent. The complexity of gameplay increases with each new level and does not let any player get bored.
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Forza Horizon 2: Storm Island - Review
The result is Forza Horizon 2: Storm Island, additional content that, starting from the virtual Nice of the game, leads precisely to the Storm Island: a small rock forgotten by some Greek god in the middle of the sea, with its beautiful volcano, its bumpy roads and, above all, a rather inhospitable climate, which ranges between the densest fog of the lower Po valley to the tropical monsoon. Of course, once landed it will seem like an absolutely bucolic and sunny vacation-in-vacation, but the reality is that the roads of Storm Island tend to stay dry for rather short periods ... as long as there are roads.
In essence, therefore, the message that the island immediately sends to the player is that one must be prepared for any type of terrain and, above all, in any weather. The wind is strong, the rain gives no way out, and especially on gravel and dust, you need to always be confident driving your vehicle if you want to aim for the final victory. To better manage the ever exquisite driving system of Horizon 2, that arcade capable of transmitting the various conditions of adhesion to the ground through the controller, Storm Island introduces the possibility of modifying the attitude of the cars in a slightly more in-depth way than in the past, going to act not only on the attitude, but also on the engine, on the intake and on the distribution of the weights in a rather painstaking way. But do not fear the most arcade spirits: the more "carefree" nature of Horizon 2 is preserved by the possibility of making automatic changes to the cars.
In the end this is perhaps the only drawback of an otherwise full-bodied DLC capable of still transmitting the driving pleasure branded Horizon 2: the island is quite large (although sorry that the volcano is only a background element), the conditions extreme driving and rallying add a little pepper that was missing from the hot European summer and, in general, there is no shortage of things to do, given that Storm Island offers twenty-three new Objectives thanks to eight new Unmissable Challenges, a new Forgotten Jewel ( a real gem of the past) and new Signs Upgrades to be destroyed with the power of the horsepower.
I played Forza Horizon 2: Storm Island for about four hours, thanks to an Xbox One code provided directly by Microsoft. In this time I reached and won the final on the Storm Island, I drove all the ways of the game, I completed five of the eight Unmissable Challenges and, not least, I found the Hidden Jewel. Competing in all events and completing the DLC 100%, however, almost certainly requires twice the time, not counting the hours that you will spend again on the "smooth" Forza Horizon 2 once you want to get rid of fog and pouring rain. I played by setting the difficulty level of the opposing Drivatars to difficult, struggling more than I did during my raids in the original game. Forza Horizon 2: Storm Island is only available for Xbox One at the price of 20 euros (10 if you purchased the Season Pass: exact, it is not included, rather questionable choice), and it is dubbed and adapted very well in our language.
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