Forza Horizon 2 was just granted a potentially interesting DLC set in a brand new location: a mysterious island where the weather conditions are rather extreme to say the least. To discover the new off-road races, bucket challenges and barn finds, you'll have to pay quite a pricey ticket ($19.99/€19.99), unless you're a Forza VIP player, in which case it will only be half the price. From what we've played, the races are still very fun, but the size of the map is a bit of a disappointment as it looks really really small - it doesn't seem to take much longer than 2 minutes to cross the whole thing in an old Subaru Impreza. Check out our videos and let us know what you think!
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