Forza Horizon 5: Everything we know so far

Forza Horizon 5: This year Xbox has announced the upcoming Forza Horizon 5 and they are determined to take the game to the next-level. Players will experience a breathtaking expedition across the ever-evolving landscape of MexicoXbox states that the whole scenario has been captured in 12K in real life, and then have been processed to create an ultra-realistic open-world view rendered in unparalleled details. Players can explore large volcanoes, long beaches, hidden ruins and much more. Forza Horizon 5 will offer the largest map of the Forza Horizon series as stated by developers Playground Games.

Forza Horizon 5:  Xbox claims that it will be the most diverse and the largest open-world map of the whole Forza series. The upcoming game will feature 11 biomes of Mexico, which includes a volcano, swamps, arid hills, farmlands, desert, a rocky coast, tropical coast, jungle and the gorgeous city of Guanajuato. A recent livestream by Xbox revealed the full map and a brand new car, the 2020 Toyota Supra GR. Mike Brown gave an overview about the highly detailed modifications that players can do in their cars. This massive map will also feature the longest highway stretch in the whole Forza Horizon series.

Forza Horizon 5 also showcased the first 8 minutes of the game with a new ‘Initial Drive’ gameplay trailer in the Xbox’s Gamescom 2021 livestream. It starts with a thrilling scene of a 2021 Ford Bronco being dropped out of the plane and landed straight on the snow-capped La Gran Caldera Volcano. Forza Horizon 5 will also come with a new gameplay called EventLab where players will be able to build their own custom races and stunts.

Microsoft revealed that the Forza Horizon will be released on November 09, 2021 and will be only available on PCs and next-gen consoles.

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