Forza Horizon 3 is out on Sept. 27 for Windows PC and Xbox One (you can read our review here). As we reported last month, the game allows some players to take control of a civilian version of the famed Warthog vehicle from the Halo series.
In this video (above) we drive the Warthog M12S on a cross-country challenge near Byron Bay in New South Wales. We also take part in a race and tool around in free-roam for a bit, as well as ogle the vehicle in garage mode. You can also watch a one-hour gameplay video of Forza Horizon 3 here.
The Warthog is available as a free download code for anyone who bought Halo 5: Guardians or Halo: The Master Chief Collection but will also be made available as a prize in an online challenge next month. The Warthog appearing in Forza Horizon 3 lacks the giant chaingun, cannon or missile launcher typically mounted in the back but has a souped-up suspension system.