Forza Horizon 4

Xbox is celebrating the launch of Forza Horizon 4 by hosting something only your parents will remember, a Forza Horizon Drive-In Cinema.

The Forza Horizon Drive-In Cinema will be hosted in at the Skyline Drive-In at Blakcktown, Australia and is the first chance for fans of the Forza Horizon series to get their hands on the latest entry. Alongside playing Forza Horizon 4, the event will also include a car show, and a Q&A session with the Art Director at Playground Games, Ben Penrose. To cap the night off, sit back in your car and watch Mad Max: Fury Road. Just make sure you’re in park and the handbrake’s up.

“Start your evening with a gameplay session to trial the game or watch game demonstrations on the big screen, played live from a Forza McLaren 720S! Check out some demonstration vehicles from our partners at McLaren and Porsche and visit the OMEN Rig for some additional Game Play opportunities. Then grab some food or movie snacks available for purchase from the Forza Diner, before settling back into your car for a screening of the award-winning 2015 Action film Mad Max: Fury Road.”

There are two ticket options, Car Pass and Pedestrian Ticket. Car Pass will cost $20 per vehicle (+ booking fee) and is for those who are bringing their sweet ride to the Drive-In. Pedestrian Ticket $10 (+ booking fee) is for those who are bringing their foot Ferraris.

All of the proceeds from the tickets will be donated to the Microsoft to Create Foundation, which represents children and young people that have an out-of-home care experience, such as kinship care, foster care and residential care.

If this sounds up your alley, you can head over to the official Eventbrite site and purchase your tickets. Just don’t drive home like a lunatic. Save that for when you’re driving a car in Forza Horizon 4. 

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