The Horizon series has been around since 2010, and it’s become one of the most popular racing games of all time.
As of the start of 2018, it’s been downloaded more than 100 million times on PC and consoles, and more than 10 million times globally.
As a new entry in the Horizon series, Horizon 7 is expected to bring a number of changes to the racing genre.
In addition to the usual racing elements like drift racing, drifting, drifting cross-platform, and the new Drift Racing mode, Horizon will introduce an open-world mode where players will be able to race on different planets from the original Horizon game.
The game will also see an overhaul of the cars, as the game’s new physics engine is designed to handle much better handling than the previous generation.
For the first time in a racing game, the game will feature three different types of car: the GT-R-inspired R50 and the Porsche 911 GT3 RS, both of which have been featured in previous Horizon games.
Horizon 7 is also expected to introduce a host of new features to the Horizon franchise, including the possibility to use virtual cars to compete with your friends and to customize your own cars.