'Forza Horizon 3' Rumors: Will We See Motorbikes In The Game? Other Vehicles Coming? Find Out Here!

By Joe Marsalis , Updated Oct 25, 2016 11:07 AM EDT
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Microsoft has announced another batch of official DLC for Australian open-world racing game "Forza Horizon 3," coming sooner than later. Players have been theorizing as to what the DLC could possibly entail, and the most popular theory going around right now is motorbikes.

The "Forza" Reddit is speculating that motorbikes and quad bikes could be the next big thing coming in the impending "Forza Horizon 3" DLC. According to the official Microsoft announcement for the second monthly DLC, they'll be doing something they haven't done before, so bikes aren't exactly a bad guess.

The only problem is, according to the same Reddit thread, including bikes in "Forza Horizon 3" would require animating riders further. Drivers are barely animated in the game save for steering, and it's doubtful that they'd put that much effort into mere downloadable content.

This month's "Forza Horizon 3" DLC came early -- in the first week of October -- so expect the new DLC to arrive in the first week of November. It remains to be seen as to whether Microsoft will actually put out content every month. If it won't be motorcycles and quad bikes, then it's also possible that developer Playground will be adding pickup trucks to the game, something we've seen in the "Gran Turismo" series for the PlayStation.

Meanwhile, Microsoft has also been banning cheating players in "Forza Horizon 3." However, they've been inadvertently banning innocent players, handing out astounding 30-year-bans from the game. Polygon reports that the publisher was trying to ban players from using third-party software allowing them to level up faster, and some players were unfairly dragged. Microsoft is trying to get feedback from these banned players and encourage them to appeal their bans if they feel like they were unjustly kicked from the game.

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