Forza Horizon 5 is an open world racing game developed by Playground Games and published by Microsoft.
It is set in a fictional recreation of Mexico.
Playground Games will be hosting another weekly stream for the upcoming open world racer tomorrow, so be prepared for new details.
Playground Games' upcoming open world racer is leveraging the Xbox Series X hardware in impressive ways, in spite of the fact that it's coming to the Xbox One as well.
Playground Games' open world racer uses ray tracing to make audio bounce off of objects in the environment much more realistically.
Playground Games' upcoming open world racer is making all the right promises, and we can't wait to get our hands on it.
Playground Games has shelled out some more details about Forza Horizon 5, including animals, drag races, convertibles, and more.
Playground Games shot over 400 hours of sky photos to provide over seven times the number of sky presets than the previous title.
Forza Horizon 4’s Series 37 update, which is scheduled to release on June 29th, will be the last update to feature new content.
Microsoft have announced the next instalment in Playground Games' open world racing series- here's what you should know about it,
"We're already used to delivering a game on a whole range of system specifications," says Forza Horizon 5 creative director Mike Brown.
Playground's Mike Brown goes through the curated experiences of Expeditions and also explains changes to multiplayer and Forzathon Live.
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"Mexico is a country which is almost like the whole world in one country," explains Forza Horizon 5's creative director Mike Brown.
Playground Games also confirms the game will use ray-tracing in Forzavista to "make the cars look even more true to real life."
Expansions, additional vehicles, and other additional packs are going to be included in the open world racer's Premium Edition.
Recommended system requirements haven't yet been revealed, but minimum requirements for the open world racer are surprisingly modest.
Dust storms, tropical storms and other "big, massive weather events" can occur depending on the season as per creative director Mike Brown.
More gameplay for Forza Horizon 5 will be streamed today following yesterday's announcement, on Forza's official Twitch channel.
Forza Horizon 5, set in Mexico, offers the largest and most diverse open world setting in series history, and launches later this year for Xbox and PC.
The next game in the Horizon series is rumoured to be set in Mexico.
VentureBeat's Jeff Grubb also speaks briefly about IO Interactive's rumored Project Dragon.
Earlier rumours about the game being set in Japan might not be accurate after all.
The rumoured open world racer still seems to be scheduled for release this year.
Playground Games' next entry in the Forza franchise could be ready to go before Turn 10's next outing.