While Horizon Open offers a variety of different activities for players, Horizon Tour promises a more chilled out co-op racing experience.
Giving something a little different, the game's official YouTube is giving you something for relaxation.
Players can keep track of them in the Car Collection screen or view them in Forzavista, which supports ray tracing on Xbox Series X/S and PC.
Different types of racing are now divided into separate Festivals with their own unique chapters and content to play through.
Playground Games also confirms that the leveling system will be akin to Forza Horizon 4 with six Festival sites and the return of Horizon Stories.
In their most recent "Let's Go!" stream, Playground Games showed off even more gameplay footage, showing more of the open world and several different cars.
Players start their journey from the snow-covered Gran Caldera volcano and race through dense jungles, dust storms and much more.
In the latest episode of the Let's Go video series, we see the game's entire map and its impressive size and amount of biomes.
Playground Games will showcase the full map on the latest episode of "Let's ¡Go!" which airs today at 10 AM PDT/6 PM BST.
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Playground Games uses reference data and concept images along with photogrammetry to "make it feel like you’re really there."
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.
Xbox boss praises Playground Games and cites the recent Forza Horizon 5 preview as "where they set the bar for themselves in building a game."