Forza Horizon 5 has every chance of being the new iconic title on the Xbox Series X. Studio Playgroung Games today offers us a breathtaking video during which we can admire the game’s graphics.
Forza Horizon 4 was a tech demo for Xbox One and Forza Horizon 5 will likely be for Xbox Series X. We left the green hills of Scotland for the tropical climate of Mexico. You can discover the game environments in this new game video captured on Xbox Series X (at the end of the article).
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Playground Games (via IGN) really revealed a 14 minute long sequence during which we can admire the landscape, the gameplay, but especially the graphics. Beach, dunes, desert and coastal city, the video walks us a little about the huge map we have at our disposal.
Forza Horizon 5 will take us on Mexican roads
The aforementioned card was also recently featured on the game’s Twitter account., it will take kilometers and kilometers of asphalt (and land) and different biomes. Mexico has the advantage of offering a wide variety of environments. In other videos, for example, we saw the mountain roads, as well as the various jungles that promise frantic racing. Whoever said racing game said cars. Here, the Toyota Supra is in the spotlight. We also see at the beginning of the sequence that it will be possible to customize it to give life to the car of your dreams.
As a reminder, Forza Horizon 5 will arrive on November 9th on Xbox Series X and S, but not only that. The title will also be available on Xbox One, but also on PC. He will be included from D-day on the Game Pass, as is the case with all games from Microsoft studios.
If you’ve never played a Forza, be aware that the Horizon represents the arcade trend of this saga. The titles set up an open world where you can roll the balloons through for immediate enjoyment. On the other hand, Forza Motorsport is based on the look of the simulation and looks more like a Gran Turismo. In both cases, each license title is a technical demonstration for Microsoft.