Earlier today, Microsoft revealed to IGN that Forza Horizon 2 would be releasing later this year for both Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Xbox One development is being handled by the first Horizon's developer, Playground Games, though they're working closely with Motorsport developer Turn 10 Studios on a shared technology pipeline and such. They'll also be using Forza Motorsport 5's graphics engine as a baseline for Horizon 2.
Sumo Digital (of Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed fame) is revealed to be working on the Xbox 360 version of the game, which will be built off of Horizon 1's engine. Horizon 2 is also slated to have extensive improvements and features as well as taking place in Southern Europe around a music festival.
Expect to hear more information about Forza Horizon 2 from Microsoft at E3 next week.
Are you excited to hear that another Forza game is coming this year?