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How to Earn Money in Forza Horizon 4

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Just how are you going afford those castles?

While cars are thrown at you left, right and centre in Forza Horizon 4, you’re still going to want lots of money so you can buy any that catch your eye in the Autoshow, and also snap up those properties that are littered across the map. Thankfully, there are many ways to earn money, or Credit as it’s called in Forza Horizon 4, pretty easily.

Completing Events

Simply completing events is the easiest way to earn money in Forza Horizon 4. It doesn’t matter if you win or not, simply finishing an event will give you something. To earn more money from events, try raising the difficulty of the Drivatars you’re racing against, or turn off any assists that you think you can do without. More money can be gained events if you use a Forza Edition car that gives you a credit bonus too, while becoming a Forza Horizon 4 VIP will double your event earnings. And as for the events to complete to earn the most money quickly, go for the big ones like The Goliath. They may take longer to complete, but the increased rewards are definitely worth it.

Wheelspins and Super Wheelspins

Another way to earn lots of money is to use your Wheelspins. Honestly, you’re likely to get most of the money you acquire throughout your career from Wheelpins. Standard Wheelspins are awarded for levelling up and increasing your influence in the many disciplines available. You can also buy them using Forthazon points and and Skill Points on Car Mastery boards. Super Wheelspins are where the large sums of money are at though. You’ll get many of them for buying properties, though you can also earn them for increasing your influence in the various disciplines. In the long run though, you’ll be buying them with the Forzathon points that you earn.

The Auction House

A good way to earn money on the side is to make use of the Auction House. Won a load of cars that you have zero interest in using? Put them up for auction and get some credits for them. And if you want to be more businesslike, keep an eye out for bargains that you can quickly resell to make some profit. Simply look for auctions ending soon that other racers haven’t bid on, or newly listed buyouts that are dirt cheap. There’s a lot of money to be earned if you have good knowledge of the cars available and their value.

Car Rental Business

You’re never going to get rich from it, but completing the Car Rental Business story missions gives you a daily income. When you’ve got three stars on all ten of them, you’ll get around 12,000 credits a day. It’s really not a lot, but it’s better than nothing.

The Forza Hub App

The easiest money you’ll ever earn in Forza Horizon 4 simply requires you to open an app. If you haven’t downloaded the Forza Hub app yet, get it done so, pronto. It accumulates your progress in pretty much all Forza games and places you in a tier. And depending what tier you are, you earn cash rewards of varying amounts. I’m at tier 10, for example, and regularly get gifted 250,000 credits for each Forza game that’s currently available. If you’re not using the Forza Hub and play Forza games on a regular basis, you’re really missing out.

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