- Estimated achievement difficulty: 5/10
- Offline: 62 [960]
- Online: 2 [40]
- Approximate amount of time to 1000: 75 hours
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1
- Missable achievements: None
- Does difficulty affect achievements: No
- Unobtainable/glitched achievements: None
- Extra equipment needed: None

  • DLC: Hot Wheels
    • Difficulty: 3/10
    • Time to 500: 10+ Hours
    • Unobtainable: None
  • DLC: Hoonigan Car Pack
    • Difficulty: 3/10
    • Time to 500: 5+ Hours
    • Unobtainable: None

Forza Horizon 3 places you in an open world racer located in Australia. With more than 400 cars to drive, you can race, freeroam, discover and trade, on your own or with up to three friends in Co-op. Focusing less on multiplayer than the previous games of Horizon, this version has brought together all the goodies from previous games and beefed up with better graphics, physics and worldwide crossplay between Xbox One and PC players. You are the boss and are in control of what happens next in your career, your co-op sessions, and even with your club.

Abbreviated Walkthrough:
The career gives you more than enough opportunities to score a good amount of achievements. I would suggest to finish the career first which includes amassing 25 million fans for upgrades in the game. If you stick to the beaten path, your career also counts towards other achievements eventually so why waste time doing one thing if you could be doing several things at once. If you are completely committed to finishing this game, the career should take less than 40 hours of solid gaming and by that time you will have at least 600 on your gamertag.

Whereas multiplayer took a toll on people in Forza Horizon 2, it's much easier in Forza Horizon 3. If you want/need, only 2.5 hours needs to be spent online for both achievements. Although this game allows for co-op career (which basically is a different version of multiplayer), I would advise against it since a lot doesn't count properly. Still, if you want to hang out with friends, only use the co-op possibility for the achievements that really need it like "Road Buddy" as well as the PR Stunts.

Roughly 350 is for the taking at your own pace like discovering every road or smashing all boards. But also doing some events with friends or visiting the auction house can be viewed as mop-up achievements.

Hot Wheels DLC

Forza Horizon 3: Hot Wheels is an expansion for Forza Horizon 3. Hot Wheels transports you to a new Australian locale, sending cars barrelling through loop-de-loops, hurtling off ramps, and flying past mechanical dinosaurs. The expansion comes with a hand full of cars from the likes of the 1969 Hot Wheels Twin Mill, the 2011 Hot Wheels Bone Shaker, the 2012 Hot Wheels Rip Rod and the 2010 Pagani Zonda R just to name a few. You can play the game any way you want, and you don’t have to worry about missing anything.

Abbreviated Walkthrough:
In this DLC, there are a variety of achievements that you can unlock. There are collectables but no missable achievements, no difficulty achievements and everything can be done in co-op. Should you choose to play this DLC in co-op, it must be done online.

You first want to concentrate on completing and winning all 27 races in this DLC. Along the way, try to acquire as many medals as possible. You have to win a certain amount of medals for new events to open, so you might have to complete Bucket List challenges and special events before you can continue on. Once you’ve received 100 medals, the final race, Goliath, is available to you. Completing all 28 races will unlock six achievements.

Speaking of medals, there is 177 total to win. To get them all, you need 81 from the 27 races, 9 from the Bucket List challenges and 87 for the Danger Sign, Speed Trap, Speed Zone and Drift Zone special events. Acquiring all 177 medals will unlock three achievements. Then there are two additional achievements for just completing all five Bucket List challenges.

After you complete the final race, Goliath, 28 Championship races are unlocked. They consist of replaying the 28 races with an alternate setup to the normal Exhibition race. To make this easier, you can use blueprints to alter the attributes of the race. Completing these will unlock two achievements.

To unlock 10 more achievements, you have to use specific cars and complete certain event tasks, such as nailing 5 drifts in a Mustang, complete a race in a car built in 1968 or jump more than 500 feet during a Danger Sign special event in the Bone Shaker.

Remember I said this can be done in co-op? Well, there is one achievement where you need to win 20 online races with either a random player or a co-op partner (which is much easier). The last five achievements are for random tasks, such as finding the Barn, smashing all 25 reward boards, discover all 141 roads, swapping out a blueprint and taking a drive when you first start the DLC.

Overall the DLC is not hard at all as you can play it on what difficulty you want. It should take around ten to fifteen hours to complete.

Hoonigan Car Pack DLC

Forza Horizon 3: Hoonigan Car Pack is the latest expansion for Forza Horizon 3. It includes seven new cars for you to collect, race and customize as well as 10 new achievements for you to unlock. The achievements in this DLC are straightforward. There are no collectables, no missable achievements and everything can be done in co-op. Should you choose to play this DLC in Co-Op, it must be done online. There is one online achievement, so keep that in mind as you play. To unlock every achievement in this DLC, you must be driving a Hoonigan car.

Abbreviated Walkthrough:
Probably the easiest achievement in this DLC is “Squashed Banana.” All you need to do for this one is drive any Hoonigan car into a ‘Bananas for Sale’ sign while doing a combo (for instance, a drift). For “A Complete Hoonatic,” you must complete (not win) a Championship in all seven Hoonigan cars. For this one, you can simply blueprint a short Championship and use it for every Hoonigan car.

"Air Sick" is the only online achievement in this DLC. Even though it must be done in public freeroam, you can invite a friend to play against. And you just must complete a game of Infected, not win. For “Born to Hoon,” you need to 3-star 20 PR stunts (Danger Sign, Speed Trap, etc.; the 3-star requirements are different for each) in any Hoonigan car. The good thing about this is that you can replay the same stunt over again if you find one that’s easier for you, immediately rewind and do it again!

For the remaining six achievements, you must use specific Hoonigan cars to complete certain tasks, such as winning a street race in the 1972 “Napalm Nova”, getting 3 stars in certain PR special events with certain cars or getting a 300,000 point skill chain in the 1978 Ford Escort. You can attempt some of these as you’re going for “Born to Hoon.

Overall Conclusion:
The game is shorter/easier to complete than previous iterations of Horizon. That said, the PR Stunts can be cumbersome due to random traffic present on the roads.

[XBA would like to thank OctagonQontrol for this Roadmap]
[XBA would like to thank jroller1979 for the Hot Wheels DLC & Hooligan Car Pack DLC Roadmaps]

Forza Horizon 3 Achievement Guide

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There are 135 achievements with a total of 3000 points

  • Celebrate opening your Horizon Festival site by putting on a spectacular Showcase.

    This will come naturally after starting the game; you will drive some offroad buggy quite soon and after you finish the race, the achievement will unlock.

  • Expand your Horizon Festival for the first time.

    Refer below to "Like a Boss" for more information.

  • Win your first Exhibition Race as Horizon Festival Boss.

    This will unlock with natural progression of the game. The achievement should unlock very early in your career since the Exhibition is mandatory.

  • Get 3 Stars on a Danger Sign.

    During the first hour of playing the game, ANNA will, at some point, set a waypoint to follow. Once you are near that waypoint, a cutscene starts. It shows how a Danger Sign looks and what you need to do. When you're in control again, floor the throttle, hit the ramp and the achievement will unlock if you land on all four wheels without crashing into a solid object.

  • Get 3 Stars on a Drift Zone.

    Refer below to "Underdog" or "PR Superstar" for more information.

  • Hire a Drivatar for your Drivatar Lineup.

    Refer below to "You're Fired!" for more information.

  • Fill your Drivatar Lineup and fire a Drivatar to make way for another.

    During the game, you will encounter other Drivatars on the road. Sometimes the game offers you the change to challenge certain Drivatars, which are marked by a yellow region on your map. When this occurs, drive to that region and you will receive an on-screen message of the drivatar's gamertag you need to find. Once found, drive behind it for a few seconds to challenge it. A short race is set and all you need to do is get to the finish first by any means necessary: shortcuts, driving through fields, etc. After you win, you are given the opportunity to hire the drivatar for some in-game bonuses.

    Once you have filled all your slots, you will eventually find new drivatars to challenge and hire. Just replace an existing one with the newest drivatar and you're all set.

  • Open a Festival in Surfers Paradise.

    Refer below to to"Like a Boss" for more information.

  • Visit the Autoshow and buy your first car.

    The Autoshow is located at any festival site. As far as I know, you can buy any car at any price (but not free) for this achievement.

  • Champ



    Win your first championship.

    Refer below to "Horizon Hardcore" for more information.

  • Win your first Street Race.

    Refer below to "Street Racing Champion" for more information.

  • Blueprint and complete an exhibition.

    Refer below to "Exhibition Expert" for more information.

  • Complete another player's Exhibition Blueprint.

    Refer below to "Exhibition Expert" for more information.

  • Win your first Midnight Battle.

    Refer below to "Street Racing Champion" for more information.

  • Find your first Barn Find.

    Refer below to "Relic Hunter" for more information.

  • Restore all Barn Finds.

    While playing the game, one of your assistants will notify you about the possibility of coming across lost cars somewhere in the wilderness. There are a total of fifteen cars to be found and you will only find them one at the time.

    Once you find a car, it takes roughly five minutes for a new message to indicate that you can collect the car. Go to any Festival site, enter it and in your menus you will see the "Barn Finds" that you can retrieve. You actually need to retrieve them and the achievement will unlock after you found the last one.

  • Create and complete your first Bucket List Blueprint.

    Refer below to "Life Complete" for more information.

  • Play 10 player-created Bucket List Blueprints.

    Refer below to "Life Complete" for more information.

  • Sign 4 Radio Stations to your Festival.

    During the game you earn fans and like all good fans, these people need music. You will have the choice of eight regular music stations and Groove Music (which is an online station). Choose any four stations when possible and this achievement will unlock.

  • Open a Festival in Yarra Valley.

    Refer below to "Like a Boss" for more information.

  • Open a Festival in The Outback.

    Refer below to "Like a Boss" for more information.

  • Fully upgrade a Festival site.

    Refer below to "Like a Boss" for more information.

  • Perform 10 Festival Upgrades.

    Refer below to "Like a Boss" for more information.

  • Fully upgrade all Festival sites.

    During your career, everything you do will net fans. Basically, you will creating a huge following of people. With each threshold of new fans (usually displayed in the top right corner), you are given the opportunity to open a new festival or upgrade an existing one. Regardless how you choose to do this, eventually you will have amassed 25 million fans in total, allowing you to have a total of four festival sites. Each site starts at Level 1 and can be upgraded to Level 5.

    In the beginning, doing Exhibition and Championships earns fans the fastest; around the 12 million mark, you will find that Showcases and PR stunts can pay out a lot more, allowing you to 25 million fans faster and unlock this achievement.

  • Complete the Final Showcase.

    This achievement comes naturally as you progress through the career.

  • Complete 10 Convoy Races.

    During the game, you will encounter random Drivatars on the road. Honk at them by pressing and they will honk back. Looking at your minimap, the cars change color to orange.

    Using ANNA, you can choose to start a Convoy Race. Complete ten of these for this achievement. Some people have reported that you need to actually win ten races; for me personally, I only won eight and lost two yet the achievement still unlocked.

  • Convoy for a total of 100 miles.

    Please refer back to "Eat My Dust" for some additional information.

    You can honk to create a convoy and just drive aimlessly around the map. You can do other things while the convoy cars are following you although they can sometimes run into you, thus ruining a skill streak or a drift. I used the convoy to drive from point A to point B (in career) and slowly but surely, the one-hundred miles came with ease.

  • Complete every Horizon Bucket List challenge.

    During your career, you will find Bucket List locations. There are a total of thirty ranging from Easy to Hard. The task is given once you enter the Bucket List. In certain cases you need to drive fast, drift a certain amount of points, or drive to a destination.

    As in Forza Horizon 2, I found it helpful to immediately pause the Bucket List and look at the map where you might need to go. With some knowledge of the terrain you can find a shorter route from point A to point B or maybe find locations that you like better to get other tasks like Skill Points.

  • Complete 5 Bucket List challenges.

    Refer below to "Life Complete" for more information.

  • Smash all 150 reward boards.

    The game has a total of 150 Rewards Boards. These are sometimes hidden in tunnels or on top of roofs. But most are quite visible and hard to miss once you know where to look.

    I would however suggest to take a fast offroad vehicle, like a Ford Raptor from "Clever Girl!" since it can go anywhere, jump high when needed.

  • Drive down every road in Australia.

    For every road you drive, at the bottom of the screen it will show you how many roads you discovered. There are 488 roads to find and some are quite hidden in the world. The tricky ones are dotted on your map, like those leading up to small farms or remote dirt roads. Once you've discovered a road, it will show as a more solid color on your map (i.e. tarmac will be solid white, dirt roads solid pink).

    In the course of the game, without effort, you will unlock about 425 roads already depending on how you play the career. Use the map and certainly your mini-map to find grey (tarmac) or light brown (dirt) roads; those are the ones you still need to go to and drive them.

  • Take part in 5 Skill Songs.

    A skill song is basically a song that will be displayed on your screen telling you more skill points can be gotten. These skill songs come random while not competing in exhibitions or championships. You don't even have to do anything while the song is playing. After the fifth song ended, this achievement will unlock.

    I found that Hospital Radio seems to play skill songs more often than other radio stations.

  • Obtain a car from the Skill Shop.

    Refer below to "I Want It All" for more information.

  • Complete every page in the Skill Shop (excluding temporary perks).

    The Skill Shop requires you to do stunts in free roam, Exhibitions or Championships. Basically, with everything you do in game, you will pick up Skill Points. During Skill Songs, your multiplier from doing stunts can double up to a maximum of twelve. Drift, jump, wreck, speed to build up your points.

    The video below from MAKA91 shows how to gain skill points quickly.

    At some point, you will have an excess of skill points to spend in the skill shop. The top row of each tab gives you special rewards including a free car.

  • Sell 5 cars via the Auction House.

    This achievement can be boosted using second account or it can be done with a friend. It can also be obtained solo if you are patient enough.

    For starters, just list five cars on the Auction House with a low starting price and low buyout. Buy the cars using a second account, ask your friends to buy them or just wait for random people to buy the cars. Once done, you will have several Auction Alerts; open these to resolve the auction (and receive credits). After resolving five sold items, the achievement will unlock.

  • Win a car in the Auction House, then add it to your garage.

    This achievement can be boosted using a second account of with a friend, but it also works with random people. Find any car on the Auction House and use the Buyout-option to pay for it directly. Resolve the auction by receiving the car (and adding it to your garage) and the achievement will unlock.

  • Complete 5 online events across Adventure and Freeroam.

    Refer below to "Online Adventurer" for more information.

  • Complete 25 online events across Adventure and Freeroam.

    From the Pause Menu, choose Online Adventure and just compete in the events given. You do not need to win it, just play along. Between voting (which car-class and what kind of races), there are four events to participate in. Progress towards the achievement registers after each event when all players are returned to the road. You can start/stop any time playing online if you want to, but if you're committed, it only takes 2.5 hours of online playing to complete the required number of events.

  • Complete an event in Co-op Campaign.

    Refer below to "Road Buddy" for more information.

  • Complete 10 events in Co-op Campaign.

    From the Pause menu, you can choose to start a Co-op campaign. Basically, you jump into the career of someone else or someone else joins you. The fastest way to earm this achievement is by attempting ten short exhibitions, but you can also combine it with the "Aussie Rules!" and "This. Is. FORZA!" achievements.

  • Take a photo of 300 cars for Horizon Promo.

    Each car in the game can be photographed only once for this achievement. To enable this feature, you need to unlock "Horizon Promo" from the tab "Festival Boss" in Skill Shop. From here on, every car in the game you need to photograph will have a small camera over it, either in freeroam or in events.

    Press and hold to enter photo-mode, take a picture and you're done. It helps to do this in the Exhibitions/Championships as long as you are willing to change up your own car-class. The game will then replace the grid with new cars each time. Start the race, press and photograph the entire grid.

    Alternatively, at the Festival Site, you can also see which cars you have photographed and which not. But you can also see which cars you own but have not photographed yet. Go to your garage, get in the required car, go to Forzavista and take a picture.

    It might take some time but you only need to snap a picture of 300 cars out of the known 425 in the game. Non-drivatar cars also count towards this although there is no camera shown above them in freeroam so might be a bit more tricky to do.

  • Create and complete a championship featuring only Australian cars.

    Feel free to refer to "This. Is. FORZA!" for additional information. You need to blueprint that only has Australian cars. The only thing you need to keep an eye on is the car-requirement. The developers of Horizon included a tag called "Aussie Rules" and this is the car-class you need to configure on this championship.

  • Spend 1 million Credits on a car.

    This achievement is quite easy; simply spend 1 million or more credits on car in the Autoshow. Cars from the Auction House are exempt from this achievement, though. While playing the career, you will earn roughly 9 million credits by doing the bare minimum needed. With some lucky wheelspins and completing the game towards 100%, there is a good chance you will have earned more than 20 million credits.

    So, buy any car (not on sale) from the Autoshow with a pricetag exceeding 1 million credits for this achievement.

  • Jump 300ft on the airport Danger Sign using the Reliant Supervan.

    The Reliant is a 3-wheel car and can be tricky to control. Fortunately, there are tunes online to help you; I used a tune by "Raceboy77" which transforms the Reliant into a B700 rocket.

    The Danger Sign at the airport is a bit tricky to reach but take a long approach and hit it full speed. With the tune, you can almost not fall over once you land.

  • Complete a drag race at the Airstrip in every Car Class.

    From the Pause Menu, go to Online Free Roam. At the airfield, there is Car Meet. Enter that and participate in any Showdown that is being started. You need to run every car-class once except X-class. You do not have to win the drag race for this achievement. With some luck and people online, you will be able to enter every next showdown while changing cars in-between.

  • Obtain your first Horizon Edition car.

    Each wheelspin gives you the random opportunity to win a car or money. Some cars are named "Horizon Edition" because they come with a special paint / setup and give you extra points. Eventually you will win one but if you think that is taking too long, a lot of people are selling their cars in the Auction House as well.

    Go to the Auction House and click on the option "Rare Cars;" this will list all Horizon Edition cars as well as all Barn Finds. Find a car that is Horizon Edition and bid/buyout to get the car. It might be frustrating to win a random bidding but most cars listed have a buyout of 5.5 million credits which could be steep for most people.

  • Visit the Forza Hub from the Pause Menu.

    At any moment in time while driving, pause your game. Scroll to the Forza Hub option and open it in order to unlock this achievements.

  • Reach Level 20.

    Refer below to "Final Boss" for more information.

  • Reach Level 150.

    There isn't much you can do to expidite this achievement. Despite that, everything you do in the game gives you XP and you need 3,000,000XP to reach level 150. From my personal experience while playing the career, the only way to speed this up is either smashing XP boards or spend your perks on XP. But eventually you will reach level 150; a single exhibition usually nets around 7K XP while a championship does around 25K.

    As an aded tip, online Adventures (racing with random people) can net you up to 100K XP every 20 minutes.

  • Create and complete a Championship with 100+ miles of racing over 10 events.

    Once at a route, you can choose to create a blueprint of a championship. You will need ten separate events (so, seven point to point races and three circuit races, for instance). For each circuit, you can adjust the amount of laps. Once the total distance of the championship exceeds 101 miles, you can publish it and race it.

    Complete all ten of the configured events for this achievement, and keep in mind it can be combined with "Aussie Rules!"

  • Create an Exhibition with 25 laps with rolling time of day and complete it against Pro Drivatars.

    Once you unlock the Outback Festival, find the route called "Coober Pedy Scramble." Go there and choose Exhibition and you are given the option to blueprint it. Now, from all the options, set these:

    • 25 laps
    • current weather
    • rolling time progression

    Once set, confirm and create the blueprint, then choose to play it. Pick the car you like but make sure to set the drivatar-difficulty to PRO. Now, start the race and 9 minutes later, this Exhibition is finished. You don't need to win it, but you just have to make it to the end.

  • Complete an Exhibition at every race route in the game.

    While unlocking Festivals, you will get Routes on your Map. Each Route consists of Exhibition and Championship. Exhibitions are usually a single event where you go from point A to point B or drive a circuit a few laps. Do this for all 63 Routes for this achievement.

    It also counts if you run someone else's blueprint; these can be shorter (distance-wise), faster (better cars) or even more fun. It's up to you which one to choose but once you choose, you cannot go back.

  • Complete a championship starting at every race route in the game.

    While unlocking Festivals, you will get Routes on your Map. Each Route consists of Exhibition and Championship. Championships are usually 3 to 5 events where you go from point A to point B or drive a circuit a few laps. Do this for all 63 Router for this achievement.

    It also counts if you run someone else's blueprint; these can be shorter (distance-wise), faster (better cars) or even more fun. It's up to you which one to choose but once you choose, you cannot go back.

  • Create a Paint, setup a Tune, and start your Horizon Promo career.

    If you know where to look, this is an easy achievement. First, go to the Festival Site and respray your current car and SAVE it to your current car. Next, under Tuning, adjust the tire-pressure only 1 PSI and SAVE it to your current car. The only thing needed now is spending six skill points on "Drone Mode," "Hornet," and "Horizon Promo."

  • Fit parts from Rocket Bunny and Liberty Walk.

    There are certain cars that allow you to fit certain parts from either the manufacturer "Rocket Bunny" or "Liberty Walk." It can be done by selecting the correct car from your garage, go to Upgrade, choose either Custom Upgrade (and then Aero -> Rear Spoiler) or Bodykit Preset.

    Liberty Walk:

    • 2015 Dodge Challenger
    • 2014 BMW M4 Coupe (My starter car)
    • 2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4
    • 2012 Nissan GT-R Black Edition
    • 2010 Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SV
    • 2009 Ferrari 458 Italia
    • 2008 BMW M3

    Rocket Bunny:

    • 2015 Lexus RC F
    • 2013 Subaru BRZ
    • 2013 Toyota GT86
    • 2005 BMW M3
    • 2000 Nissan Silvia Spec-R
    • 1997 BMW M3 (obtained after completing the Byron Bay Midnight Battle)
    • 1993 Nissan 240SX SE
    • 1992 Honda NSX-R
    • 1992 Nissan Silvia Club K's
    • 1969 Nissan Fairlady Z
  • Win every Street Race and Midnight Battle.

    This achievement can sometimes confuse people. At any point in the game, you see drivatars (cars with names over it) that you can challenge. You need to challenge 50 cars and win it fifty times. The easiest is on the airfield. Start at the eastern end of the runway and drive to the west. Usually a drivatar is in front of you; challenge it. The race finish line is at the west of the airfield on a parallel road. Just cross the sandy border to win it easily.

    Fifty of these wins will unlock a handful of street races which are marked on your map with blue signs. Complete these races and some Midnight races will unlock (marked by large blue signs). Complete these races as well for the achievement.

  • Earn at least 1 star on 50 different PR Stunts.

    Refer below to "PR Superstar" for more information.

  • Get 3 stars on all PR Stunts.

    In the game there are fifty PR stunts divided into Drifting, Speeding and Jumping. Each of these will only be visible after you unlocked "Like a Boss." Drive up to any of these stunts and from the map, you can see what the requirements are. Beat the requirement on each stunt for this achievement.

    Some are quite hard to do or require a different car. Unfortunately, sometimes there is skill and/or luck involved to there is not a lot of advice to give. However, I found it very easy to use the following cars:

    • Koenigsegg One:1 (fully upgraded) -> for all Speeding on tarmac and Jumping near tarmac roads
    • Ford Raptor from "Clever Girl!" -> for all Speeding on dirt roads and for most Drifting and some offroad jumps
    • Ariel Atom -> I tuned one with the keyword "TIMBER" and it should help with most offroad jumps
    • Toyota Celica from "Underdog" -> for Drifting and some sandy jumps

    For the Atom and One:1, ENABLE traction control to get a good run. For the Raptor, DISABLE traction control because it's a good AWD truck and drifting can be done

  • Get 3 Stars on a Drift Zone in a car weighing at least 2500kg.

    Refer below to "Clever Girl!" for more information.

  • Discover every beauty spot in the game.

    In the game there are thirteen so-called "beauty spots." These areas are marked on your map by pink/purple markers. You are bound to find all thirteen of them while completing other achievements. Drive up to each marker, watch the cutscene and listen to the commentary; do this for all thirteen spots and you're done.

  • Win a race in the Lamborghini Centenario.

    After getting 5 million fans in your career, there is a Showcase that requires you to race a Centenario. Just win the race and you're done. Other option is to save/get 2.3 million credits, buy the car from the Autoshow and complete any Exhibition or Championship.

    Challenging random drivatars on the roads does not count towards this achievement.

  • Get 3 Stars on 5 different PR Stunts in the 2017 Ford Raptor.

    This can only be done with the actual 2017 Raptor (default a blue truck). There is also an SVT Raptor (orange with striping) but that is the wrong car. For this, I found two tunes created by gamertag "v satan x"; one tune makes the car weigh more than 2500kg, the other tune makes it go really fast and jump really far. Download both tunes and install any one of them for either a fast Raptor or a heavy Raptor.

    The best locations to get this are:

    • Rainforest Reveal Danger Sign
    • Shipwreck Danger Sign
    • Byron’s Leap Danger Sign
    • Gold Mine Danger Sign
    • Outback Trail Drift Zone
    • Silver Sands Drift Zone
    • Kiewa Valley Drift Zone
    • Gold Mine Speed Trap
    • Hilltop Speed Trap
    • Central Yarra Speed Zone
    • North Arid Plains Speed Zone
    • South Arid Plains Speed Zone
  • Perform a Barrel Roll in any Buggy.

    You actually need to have unlocked the Outback Festival first since that gives the earliest access to a buggy. Even though the achievement sounds simple, most people I know didn't even try it at all but to the achievement by luck while racing a buggy or trying jumping danger signs.

    A few jumps that could help you: Airfield Jump or Timber Mill Jump. But there a dozens of other ramps/jumps located on the map. Just drive towards them, put only two wheels on the ramp and as long as you land on all four wheels, the achievement will unlock.

  • Get 3 Stars at a PR Stunt in a C Class car.

    Find the tune from "Don Joewon Song" for the car 1974 Toyota Celica GT and it will make the car go absolutely berserk while still retaining the C-class requirement. Find any drift zone and clear the required amount of points while staying on track.


Secret achievements

    DLC: Blizzard Mountain

    There are 28 achievements with a total of 500 points

    DLC: Hot Wheels

    There are 29 achievements with a total of 500 points

    • Survive your first drive at Horizon Hot Wheels


      This will be your first achievement in Hot Wheels. When you first enter the DLC you will be in the car on the track. This will be a short into and sprint, drive to the end and the achievement will unlock.

    • Acclimatize yourself and complete your first race at Horizon Hot Wheels

      After the short intro and sprint when you load into Hot Wheels you will end up at the Hot Wheels Autoshow. There will be a race right next to it, drive to it and complete it, no matter what position you finish.

    • Swap out a stunt for another of your choosing using Stunt Swap Blueprint


      To unlock this achievement, go to any Hot Wheels race it can be a campaign or championships race. From there go to Blueprint the race then Swap stunts and then swap either of the stunts for a different one. Now Create the Blueprint and Complete the race once you finish the race the achievement will unlock.

      NOTE: one or two of the tracks does not have the option to edit the stunts.

      Here is a video thanks to 93Gaming.

    • Master a track by earning 3 medals for the first time at Horizon Hot Wheels


      When you have completed the short intro and you are at the Autoshow there will be a race right next to you (Epic stunt sprint). This is easy to get three medals on especially if you’re playing on easy difficulty. To earn the three medals, you need to finish the race, win the race and earn 10,000 skill points. It must be done all in one run.

    • Prove you have the chops to unlock A Class Events at Horizon Hot Wheels


      In order to unlock an A-Class event, you need to get 5 medals. Here are the events you can earn medals in:

      • Bucket List
      • Circuit Race
      • Danger Sign
      • Drift Zone
      • Speed Trap
      • Speed Zone
      • Sprint Race
    • Master A Class Events to unlock S1 Class Events at Horizon Hot Wheels


      In order to unlock an S1-Class event, you need to get 25 medals. Here are the events you can earn medals in:

      • Bucket List
      • Circuit Race
      • Danger Sign
      • Drift Zone
      • Speed Trap
      • Speed Zone
      • Sprint Race
    • Unlock S2 Class Events, the final challenge at Horizon Hot Wheels


      In order to unlock an S2-Class event, you need to get 60 medals. Here are the events you can earn medals in:

      • Bucket List
      • Circuit Race
      • Danger Sign
      • Drift Zone
      • Speed Trap
      • Speed Zone
      • Sprint Race
    • Hold your nerve to win the Ultimate Hot Wheels Finale


      Before you can unlock the Ultimate Hot Wheels Finale you will need to earn 100 medals. You can earn one to three medals in any of these events:

      • Bucket List
      • Circuit Race
      • Danger Sign
      • Drift Zone
      • Speed Trap
      • Speed Zone
      • Sprint Race

      After getting 100 medals, you will unlock the final called Goliath which you have to win. You can choose any car you want and it’s a race around the whole map.

    • Complete all races at Horizon Hot Wheels


      There are a total of 27 races in the Hot Wheels DLC (you don’t have to do the final) and they are broken up into four performance classes. Starting from B class and eventually working up to S2 class events. You will need a set number of medals before moving to the next class. You don’t have to complete all the objectives or even win the races.

    • Get 3 medals on every Danger Sign, Speed Zone, Speed Trap and Drift Zone in Horizon Hot Wheels


      Medals are what you collect to progress in this DLC. There is a total of 3 medals you need to earn on these events.

      There are 6 Danger Signs:

      Danger Signs are distant jumps upgrade your car the best you can, so you can get further. Good cars to pick are Lamborghini Centenario.

      There are 6 Speed Zones:

      This is a point to point where you need to keep your speed as high as you can get it. You need to get to one end or the other in a set MPH - KM/H. A good car is the Lamborghini Centenario and the Ferrari FXX-K.

      There are 9 Speed Traps:

      Speed Traps are a set point where you need to cross the line at a set speed. A good car is the Lamborghini Centenario and the Ferrari FXX-K.

      There are 7 Drift Zones:

      You need to go from point to point and get a certain Drift Score. It does not need to be in one go, but it does need to be done between the two points. Some good cars to use are the Hot Wheels Ford Mustang and Toyota Celica '74.

    • Obtain every medal at Horizon Hot Wheels


      To progress through the DLC you need medals. There are total 177 medals and there are 3 medals to earn on each event except the bucket lists. They’re earned from doing the Hot Wheels Career races (Exhibitions), the free roam challenges (Danger Signs, Speed Zones, etc) and Bucket List challenges. As you progress through the game more will start to unlock.

      Hot Wheel Career Races

      There are three medals to win in each race and a total of 27. You get one medal for completing the race, one for placing 1st and one for meeting a specific objective. The objectives revolve around one of three things in a race:

      Lap time faster than what they tell you:

      On some events, you will be given a set time to beat in a lap. Upgrade your car the best you can and if you’re still finding it hard to beat the time, use the "Stunt Swap" to swap the blue track piece for the Boost Jumps.

      Skill score so much in a single chain:

      For this objective you will have a set Skill score to get in one single chain. It’s best to get the score at the start of the race, so you don’t runout of time. Clean Start, drifts, Passes and speed skills all count towards this just make sure you don’t crash of you will lose your points.

      Earn a set amount of Skill points:

      You will have an objective for getting a set amount of awesome speed skills, drift skills, ultimate jumps etc. If you're having trouble with any of these, you use different stunt piece may help.

      Free roam challenges

      Please refer to “Hot Wheels Stunt Master”

      Bucket list challenges

      There is a total of 5 bucket lists for you to complete. The bucket list blueprints are not needed.

      Two easy ones which have 1 medal on each.

      Two medium ones which have 2 medals on each.

      One hard one which has three medals.

      Please refer to “Death Defying” for more information on the bucket lists.

    • Complete a race in a car built in 1968 on Hot Wheels Islands


      This is the list of cars you can use for the achievement.

      • Abarth 595 Eseesse – 35,000c
      • Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale – 10,000,000c
      • Dodge Dart Hemi Superstock – 125,000c
      • Ferrari 365 GTB/4 – 600,000c
      • Lancia Fulvia coupé Rallye 1.6 HF 60,000c
      • Opel GT – 25,000c

      Now you want to pick any race you want, but you may need to upgrade the car before you enter. You can use the blueprints for this and a good race to get this on is the Half-Pipe Speedway. Use the blueprint and change the laps to 1 and difficulty to easy if you want. The race is an A class, so you will need to get 5 medals before unlocking A class races.

    • Restore the Barn Find on Hot Wheels Islands


      You will get a message in the game telling you about a barn rumour. The location is in the bottom right corner of the map. The location is indicated by a large purple circle.

      Once you have found the barn you will have to wait for it to be fixed. You will get a message when you can pick it up from the Autoshow, then press your to scroll over to garage and it will be in barn finds.

      Here is a video thanks to 93Gaming.

    • Complete a Bucket List challenge at Horizon Hot Wheels


      Please refer to “Death Defying” for more information.

    • Survive every Bucket List challenge at Horizon Hot Wheels


      There are a total of 5 bucket lists and 3 difficulties. All bucket lists are on the map, so you can find them with ease. The bucket list blueprints are not needed.

      Bucket list #1: Easy – race to destination

      Bucket list #2: Medium – beat the speed target

      Bucket list #3: Medium – race to destination

      Bucket list #4: Hard – race to destination

      Bucket list #5: Easy – race to destination

      Thanks to 93Gaming for the videos.

    • Complete 20 online races across Online Adventure, Co-op or Freeroam in Horizon Hot Wheels

      There are a good few ways you work towards this achievement. The best way would be with a friend in co-op and set up a blueprint with one lap. If you don’t mind playing with random people, then you can enter an online adventure or freeroam. You get to online adventure, freeroam and co-op by pressing your button, then your button till you get to Hot Wheels. You will then have your choices to pick what you want. If you are going to do it with a friend, you can do it in playground games (even though it says races). You want to create an infected game and edit the blueprint to make it 1 minute only.

    • Smash every reward board at Horizon Hot Wheels


      The reward boards are the collectables in the game there are 25 boards altogether. There are 24 off road so you will have to do some exploring and there is 1 on track.

    • Score over 50,000 Drift Points in the Hot Wheels Twin Mill in Horizon Hot Wheels

      This needs to be done on a Drift Zone event. A good event to do it on is The Sidewinder, as you need 50,000 to get 2 medals and 60,000 to get 3 medals. You will find the Twin Mill car under the Hot Wheels section in the Autoshow. It is best to face east towards the event as there is a speed boost just before it, as shown in the picture.

    • Jump more than 500ft from a Hot Wheels Danger Sign in the Hot Wheels Bone Shaker

      A good danger sign jump is the Mountain Half-Pipe Facing west towards the danger zone as far back as you can, so you can get a good run up and you should easily make 500ft. An A class Bone Shaker will be ok so there is no need to upgrade unless you want to. You will find the Bone Shaker car under the Hot Wheels section in the Autoshow.

    • Nail 5 Hot Wheels Drifts in the Hot Wheels Ford Mustang

      The drifts start from drift, great, awesome, ultimate then Hot Wheels drift, plus they don’t have to be done in a drift zone. A good car to do this in is the Hot Wheels Mustang stock at S1 and a good place to do it at this halfpipe.

      Rewinding does work in giving you another Hot Wheels drift skill.

    • Get 10 Ultimate Loop-the-Loops in the 2016 Jeep Trailcat

      The 2016 Jeep Trailcat is free from the Autoshow and it is best to upgrade it to an S2. A good location to do this is the loop near Skyscraper Heights Drift Zone. When you get to the loop, there is a speed boost. Do the loop-the-loop and you should earn an Ultimate Loop-the-Loop. You can then just use the rewind to go back around the loop then rinse and repeat.

      Here is a video thanks to Maka91.

    • Finish High Speed Highway in the 2016 Zenvo ST1 in under 2 minutes

      This achievement is not too hard if you set the car upright. You need 80 medals before you can attempt this. The 2016 Zenvo ST1 is free from the Autoshow and it is best to tune the car. A good tune to use is "Ultimate Zen" by "Maka91".

      Once you have got your car and it’s tuned you then go to progress, skill shop and purchase the “pull rank” skill to start the race in first position. Now pick the High Speed Highway sprint race, but before you start it is best to create a custom blueprint. You want to change the stunt swap and choose the “Boost Jump” stunt as it will allow you to complete the track more quickly. Now you might want to put the weather to clear and time of day morning or early afternoon. Now you are ready, use your brakes when you need to and try not to crash too many times.

      Thanks to Maka91 for the tune and video.

    • Land a Barrel Roll in the 2014 Arctic Trucks Hilux AT38

      The 2014 Arctic Trucks Hilux AT38 is a free purchase from the Autoshow (and a Toyota if you cannot find it). If you use this car in any of the races etc you may get it through natural play. If you don’t use it then a good place to get the achievement is at Sea Splash Danger Sign. When using danger sign, slowly go up the ramp, then try to get two wheels of the same side of the car to go off the edge of the ramp. If you do it correctly, with a little forward momentum, you will do a barrel roll off the ramp, landing on your wheels.

      Thanks to Maka91 for the video.

    • Complete the Goliath event in the 2010 Pagani Zonda R in less than 06:30:000


      The 2010 Pagani Zonda R is a free purchase from the Autoshow. Now you need to upgrade the car with the proper tune/upgrades. A good upgrade to have is one by FRP Mididouze, so go to upgrades then load upgrade from here find FRP Mididouze. You can press your button and search that way if you can them (put the name in creator). Now you need to do the Goliath final, but it’s not unlocked until you have 100 medals. Before starting the race, make sure you go to progress, skill shop, and purchase the pull rank skill to start the race in first position. Also, be sure to create a custom blueprint that uses a stunt swap and also choose a boost jump stunt for both of the stunts. Now complete the race under 6.30 minutes to earn the achievement.

      Thanks to FRP Mididouze for the upgrade and Maka91 for the video.

    • Hit 200 MPH in the 1972 Chrysler VH Valiant Charger R/T through a speed trap

      To unlock this achievement you must use the 1972 Chrysler VH Valiant Charger R/T. Upgrade this car the best you can, or just download a tune. A good speed trap to do is the Mountain’s Shadow speed trap, which needs 80 medals to unlock. If you start as far south as you can then head north, you should hit over 200 MPH when you go through the speed trap.

      Thanks to Wyyvern for the video.

    • Win an S1 Class race in the 1932 Ford De Luxe Five-Window Coupe

      Before you can go for this achievement you need to get the barn find, plus get it repaired as it is the car you need. First, go to upgrades then to custom upgrade next go all the way right to conversion now engine swap and you want the only engine the 5.2L V8. Now you have done that you want to auto upgrade your vehicle, now you are ready to race. A good S2 class race to win is the "Half-Pipe Climb" circuit at the bottom left of the map. Use the blueprint and put it on one lap and difficulty to easy.

    • Discover every road at Horizon Hot Wheels


      There is a total of 141 roads in the Hot Wheels DLC. Most of these roads will be discovered by you just racing in the game. So, it's recommended you finish off all the races in the DLC before going out of your way to grind this.

      You can check your entire progress by pressing the button on your controller and scrolling over to the progress bar of the menu. When you are there, select your stats and go all the way to the far right to get to "Hot Wheels". There, you can see all your DLC stats, including the roads discovered.

    • Complete your first Championship at Horizon Hot Wheels


      Please refer to “Higher, Farther, Faster” for more information.

    • Put the time in and complete every Championship at Horizon Hot Wheels


      To unlock the championships, you need to complete all 27 races as well as the Goliath Event. The championships are made up of a set number of race events where you get points depending on which position you come. You don’ have to win them you just need to complete them and can be tackled a few ways. You can complete them as normal which will take some time, other than that you can create your own races through the blueprints. In the blueprints, you can change the time of day plus the weather. More important you can remove the long point to point races and use 1 lap circuit races. If you don’t want to do the legwork for creating the blueprints you can add GameGod03. He has kindly said people can use his blueprints to make this go faster, this will cut the normal time of the championships below half.

      Thanks to GameGod03 for the use of his blueprints.

    DLC: Hoonigan Car Pack (Store Link)

    There are 10 achievements with a total of 500 points

    • Complete a Championship in every Hoonigan Pack car

      There are 7 cars you need to complete a championship with:

      • 1955 Hoonigan Chevrolet Bel Air
      • 1965 Hoonigan Ford "Hoonicorn" Mustang
      • 1972 Hoonigan Chevrolet "Napalm Nova"
      • 1978 Hoonigan Ford Escort RS1800
      • 1979 Hoonigan Baldwin Motorsports "Loki" K5 Blazer
      • 1991 Hoonigan Rauh-Welt Begriff Porsche 911 Turbo
      • 1992 Hoonigan Mazda RX-7 Twerkstallion

      So, all you need to do for this achievement is to complete 7 championships (not win), they can be the same ones or different. The easiest way to do it is to make blueprints. you can add KenH2k4. He has kindly said people can use his blueprints to make this go faster, this will cut the normal time of the championships below half. The championship you want to use is Coober Pedy Trail and is just north Redstone Airport. This championship is only 6.8 miles long and is set up to only use Hoonigan cars.

      Thanks to KenH2k4 for the use of his blueprints.

    • Get 3 Stars on 20 PR Stunts in any Hoonigan Pack car

      This can be done at any PR Stunt, but an easy and fast one is Rainforest Reveal Danger Sign. The Danger sign is only 300 FT to 3 star. As soon as it comes up telling you that you have 3 stars press to rewind behind the line and jump again. Rinse and repeat until you have made 20 jumps.

    • Get 3 Stars on the Hillside Drift Zone in the 1991 Hoonigan Rauh-Welt Begriff Porsche 911 Turbo

      The 1991 Hoonigan Rauh-Welt Begriff Porsche 911 Turbo is a free car, so it won’t cost you anything.

      The Hillside Drift Zone is north of the main highway just at the start of the outback. It requires 80,000 points to get three stars.

      If you are having a hard time with the score you can add a tune to your car. You want to pick as followed in the tune search.

      • Car Class: Any
      • Keyword 1: Any
      • Keyword 2: Any
      • Creator: Enter Text (just leave it blank)
      • Description: Best Drift Tune

      Then do the search and look for [.CDK] 0G420DRIFTS, and turn off traction and stability control.

    • Win a Street Race in the 1972 Hoonigan Chevrolet "Napalm Nova"

      The 1972 Hoonigan Chevrolet “Napalm Nova” is a free car and can be found in the garage under Hoonigan. Now you have your car you want to pick a Street Race. If you press your button you can filter the map with and select street races. A good Street Race to do is 'Town Tear Up,' which is near the beach of the Byron Bay town. The race will take just over 2 minutes to complete and is a point to point. You can pick any street race it does not have to be this one. To make it even more easy you can upgrade your car and change Drivatar difficulty to 'New Racer'.

    • Get 3 Stars on the Surfers Park Danger Sign in the 1965 Hoonigan Ford "Hoonicorn"

      A good track to do this on is Surfers Park Danger Sign, which is near the beach of Surfers Paradise. You need to get a lot of speed to get a 450-foot jump and a 3-star rating. Start on the long road just before the jump, then take a slight right and avoid the trees. Do your best to hit the ramp in the centre, with little steering.

      Thanks to KicKnaZZ Games for the video.

    • Complete a game of Infected in the 1955 Hoonigan Chevrolet Bel Air


      First, you need to go to your garage and get the 1955 Hoonigan Chevrolet Bel Air which will be free. Now go to online freeroam or invite a friend to an infected playground event. All you need to do complete the event and the achievement will unlock.

    • 3 Star the Gold Mine, Shipwreck and Airport Danger Signs in the 1979 Hoonigan ‘Loki’ K5 Blazer

      The car you need is the 1979 Hoonigan ‘Loki’ K5 Blazer and is free from the garage. Maka91 has a great tune for everyone to use.

      "Airport Jump" by Maka91

      The Gold Mine and Shipwreck jumps are simple, but the Airport is a lot harder. I would like to thank Maka91 for the video and solution for the Airport jump.

      The Airport Danger sign is a lot more difficult and requires some extra precision, but the above tune should be able to generate at least 7-8 feet of extra distance than what is required. Get a good run up, follow the road, maintain grip, minimize the large bumps in the road, cut through the trees, and shoot left off the ramp. If done correctly, you should be able to grab it, but it might take some practice. The entire run up from start to finish is recorded in 1 take in the video, and I've used this tune to grab this achievement 4 times now, so it does work. You'll also grab a little bit of extra distance if the front wheels of your car touch the ground before the back wheels!

    • Perform 25 Ultimate Drift Skills in the 1992 Hoonigan Mazda RX-7 Twerkstallion

      The 1992 Hoonigan Mazda RX-7 Twerkstallion is a free car and it is already set to drift, but if you’re still having a hard time then you can add a tune. A good tune to use is EasyAWDDrift and you need to put in in the description under the search tab. This is also a good place to do the drifts as it’s a big roundabout. Keep in mind that E-Drifts do not count.

    • Bank a 300,000 point skill chain in the 1978 Hoonigan Ford Escort RS 1800

      First, you will need the 1978 Hoonigan Ford Escort RS 1800 which is free. A good location for this achievement is here.

      It will be a large piece of land with breakable trees, so you can get good speed and do drifts and wreckage combos. If you are still having problems, To help use the 'Skill Song' multiplier, and you need to get about 50,000 points and get your multiplier up to X6.

    • Perform the Fruit Salad Combo in a Hoonigan Pack car

      You need to use one of the 7 Hoonigan cars and go to this location.

      Now look for a large banana sign.

      You need to smash the sign while doing a combo, the easiest thing to do is a drift. If you have done this right it will say "Fruit Salad" plus unlocking the achievement.

      If you do mess up just fast travel somewhere else and come back and the sign will be back up.

      Thanks to Maka91 for the video.

    DLC: Title Update (#Forzathon)

    There are 4 achievements with a total of 500 points


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