Forza Horizon 5: Xbox has announced the upcoming Forza Horizon 5 almost 2 months ago and they are determined to take the game to the next level. Players will experience a breathtaking expedition across the ever-evolving landscape of Mexico. Previously in a livestream Playground Games revealed all the 11 biomes of Mexico, which includes the farmlands, jungle, swamps, tropical coast, arid hills, desert, a rocky coast, a volcano and the marvelous city of Guanajuato.
Watch the all new gameplay trailer of Forza Horizon 5 here:
Recently, Forza Horizon 5 developers showed all new gameplay footage in a 36-minute livestream which includes the full map reveal and a brand new car, the 2020 Toyota Supra GR. The creative director Mike Brown and associate art director Conor Cross showed off the real version of the 2020 Toyota Supra GR before moving into the gameplay. Mike Brown gave an overview about the highly detailed modifications that players can do in their cars. After doing some modifications in the Toyota Supra GR, they started roaming in the Rocky Coast, the living desert and the Sandy desert.
Mike Brown also revealed the entire map of the game for the first time, which is almost 50% larger than the previous title, Forza Horizon 4. This massive map will also feature the longest highway stretch in the whole Forza Horizon series.
The Forza Horizon community is very excited about the new map and the diverse biomes it offers. In reddit, BoomBamCrash said, “The racetrack at the festival is massive compared to FH4, looks awesome and the airport at the very bottom in the jungle looks sick, and it looks like there might be a jump at the end of it”. Players have to contain their excitement until Forza Horizon 5 launches in Xbox Series X and PC on November 09, 2021.