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As previously promised, Playground Games has unveiled the latest expansion for Mexican set racer Forza Horizon 5 – and it’s powersliding hard into the world of rally.
Forza Horizon 5: Rally Adventure will be the second major expansion for the game, following the release of the Forza Horizon 5 Hot Wheels pack last year.
Here’s all the information about the new expansion so far.
Forza Horizon 5 Rally Adventure DLC release date
The Forza Horizon 5 Rally Adventure DLC will be available for the game on March 29 on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC on Windows and Steam and on Xbox Cloud Gaming.
You’ll be able to pick it up on its own, or it’ll be available in the Forza Horizon Premium Add-Ons Bundle, or as part of the game’s existing Premium Edition and the Expansions Bundle.
The expansion will be set in a new location known as Sierra Nueva – and promises to feature ‘miles of our most extreme driving roads ever’ – according to Playground.
This new location features a number of new biomes of course – including an Abandoned Quarry, Sand Dunes, Desert Gorge, Green Hill and Palm Forest – as well as the town of Pueblo Artza.
There’ll be plenty of rally-style challenges to take on – with a brand new Rally Adventure-specific campaign mode to tackle. During this, you’ll join three rally teams who’ll put you through your paces.
As a rally expansion, you’ll also get a new co-driver who’ll call out your turns. This, combined with the new Horizon Rally hud, will give you flashbacks to classic rally sims, and really make you feel at home.
Of course, there’ll be a bunch of new vehicles too – with ten new off-road machines to get behind the wheel of – as well as all new rally parts for your motors.
Some of the new cars include the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Platinum, the 1973 Hoonigan Volkswagen Baja Beetle Class 5/1600 ‘Scumbug’ and the 2019 Casey Currie Motorsports #4402 Ultra 4 ‘Trophy Jeep’.
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