Forza Horizon 5the most recent chapter of Playground Games’ open world racing series, is just a few months away from launch, and yesterday we received new succulent information on the awaited game.
The developers, during a long gameplay video, offered a first look at the huge game map, which we remind you will be set in Mexico and will have an impressive number of biomes all perfectly reproduced.
As Creative Director Mike Brown reiterates, Forza Horizon 5’s map will be 50% larger than that of its UK-set predecessor, providing ample space for its previously announced 11 biomes, which include tropical and rocky coastlines, living deserts. and sandy, winding canyons, barren hills, lush farmland, jungles strewn with rivers, swamps and the bustling streets of the city of Guanajuato, all under the gigantic volcano that sits in the center of the map.
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Playground then talked about some of its favorite areas in its latest video, while also unveiling some curiosities along the way including the fact that Forza Horizon 5 features the longest highway seen so far in the series, extending practically from the bottom left to at the top right of his map.
Forza Horizon 5 will arrive on Xbox Series X | S and PC on November 9th.
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