Cyberpunk car 2077 appears in Forza Horizon 4

The futuristic Cyberpunk 2077 Night City is packed with spectacular cars and is so sensational that it cannot be limited to one game.

If you are excited about Cyberpunk 2077 cars, you might be interested in going to Forza Horizon 4, which has just received Quadra, one of the main vehicles in the CD Projekt RED game.

Through Reddit, acreamymeme shared that he spotted the 2058 Quadra in Forza Horizon 4, which is currently celebrating the recent Super 7 update, as initially advanced by (Destructoid).

Playground Games suggested new features for the Game Awards and the arrival of a Cyberpunk 2077 car package at Forza Horizon 4 was one of the strong possibilities, but it looks like one of the cars was seen ahead of time.

Through the new Super 7 mode, you can use the Quadra and bring some Night City to that game.


Forza Horizon 5: Guide with Tuning Share Codes

Image: Microsoft

Check out a new guide to Forza Horizon 5’s Explore the Horizon Playlist Week 1 – Summer here.

A new week, a new season. Our guide will take you through the first week of Forza Horizon 5’s new ‘Explore the Horizon’ playlist.

It’s summer and the rainy season offers the following rewards:

  • 20 points DeBerti F-250
  • 40 points Porsche Macan RR

With the chapter selection in the video description on YouTube you can reach your goal even faster. As usual, you can also find suitable tuning share codes there. Of course we will publish them again here in the news:


Land Rover Forzathon C600: 180 085 750
Porsche Cayenne A800: 130 990 630
Hoonigan Ford RS200 S2: 537 467 110
Jeep Trailcat A800: 557 037 363
Cupra Formentor VZ5 A800: 121 232 246

You can see the video here:

If you would like to support us, share this video, leave a thumb on YouTube and subscribe to our YouTube channel. Also activate the bell so that you don’t miss any more videos.


Remnant 2 Timeless Horizon Open Door: Find Navigator’s Helm

What’s the deal with the facility in the Timeless Horizon area? How to open the locked door in the timeless horizon and where to find the navigator helmet there? A few days ago the new Soulslike shooter Remnant 2 from Gunfire Games was released and the game, like the first part, is very popular. In the worlds there are so many areas to explore and challenges to master. This includes not only fights against numerous opponents, strong elite opponents and bosses, but you also have to solve a few puzzles and find hidden entrances. In this guide we show how to open the door in the Timeless Horizon at the facility.

Find the Navigator’s Helm

  1. The navigator’s helmet can be found in a small hiding place, which can be reached via one of the “booths” from the facility.
  2. Under one of the three punches (which always move up and down) is a hole you can climb through (see screenshot). Incidentally, you have to be quick here in order not to be leveled to the ground.
  3. After jumping into the hole, you can walk down the pipe and pick up the ring of the detonator first. Continue exploring the area below and you’ll get the Navigator’s Helmet from a Navigator Zombie/Alien (see screenshot). You don’t even have to pick up the helmet, the helmet ends up in your inventory immediately and can then be equipped as normal.
  4. After you have collected the helmet, continue and at the back you will find a switch with which you can open the door from the other side. Once opened, the door can be used or entered again at any time.

There are also other puzzles in the timeless horizon, such as the boxes lying around (coffins?) and a spaceship. More on that shortly.


Rumor: Bloodborne PC port canceled after weak Horizon port

Ever since Sony started releasing their exclusive titles on PC as well, calls for a port of Bloodborne have been heard here and there. FromSoftware’s love letter to HP Lovecraft was an absolute hit on the PlayStation 4, but remained painfully unplayable for fans of the Dark Souls games on other platforms.

There is no change for now. According to Twitch user BaityBait however, a PC port of Bloodborne was ever planned. Developer Virtuos was originally supposed to take care of this, but did such a weak job with the Horizon: Zero Dawn port that Guerrilla Games had to get involved.

Consequently Sony would have played it safe by throwing the Bloodborne port in the nearest garbage can. This is a rumor, so take it with a grain of salt, but it could very well be true. Hopefully Sony will try again soon with another, better placed studio.