Tuesday, August 10, 2021
Having been to the US, Europe, Australia, and the UK, Forza Horizon 5 is off to Mexico in November, and it looks like developer Playground Games will be delivering yet another expansive open world to explore. Apparently, it's 50% larger than Forza Horizon 4's slice of northern Great Britain, with an array of landmarks to visit.
That's according to Creative Director Mike Brown, who during the latest ‘Forza Let’s Go!' stream (embedded below) offers details on Forza Horizon 5's rendition of Mexico, which will include a volcano and the longest highway ever committed to a Forza Horizon game. As previously revealed, Mexico in FH 5 will also have eleven different biomes, each with their own weather systems.
In the southern region, you'll find the jungle and its jaw-dropping Cascadas De Agua Azul waterfall, while you'll find the colossal volcano over to the northwest. During the latest broadcast, Playground also confirmed the 2020 Toyota Supra for the game, using the car to demonstrate the game's upgrade system, wherein you'll be able to fit your vehicle with various parts to alter its appearance and performance.
Forza Horizon 5 will be coming to Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Windows PC on 9th November 2021, and you can check out the Mexico map in full via the video (around the 28-minute mark) and image below.
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