Forza Horizon 3: King and Infected Modes’ Return Revealed by ESRB (But They Got the Setting Wrong)

on August 1, 2016 2:49 PM

The Forza Horizon series features some rather unorthodox approaches to online racing with the King and Infected mode, and they’re returning in Forza Horizon 3, as revealed by the new ESRB rating, which is unsurprisingly an “E” for everyone.


Funnily, the folks at the ESRB must be quite fond of copy-pasting, as the first line appears to be lifted directly from the description of Forza Horizon 2, including the setting, which in Forza Horizon 3 is actually Australia and not Southern Europe.

Incidentally, while it loses the “mild suggestive lyrics” and “mild suggestive themes”descriptors that were given to its predecessor, the game still seems to include some rather colorful phrasing.

Forza Horizon 3 releases for Xbox One and PC on September 27th.

 /  Executive News Editor
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