Developer Playground Games has shown off the full Mexico-inspired map you’ll be racing around in the upcoming Forza Horizon 5.
The reveal was part of this week’s Forza Let’s ¡Go! broadcast. As creative director on the game Mike Brown lets us know, the map is 50% bigger than that of Forza Horizon 4. Among its many distinguishing features include the longest highway seen yet in a Forza Horizon game, as well as the previously revealed volcano.
It’ll be home to the game’s eleven biomes, many of which were showcased in some of the previous broadcasts for the game. These include the jungle to the south with the majestic Cascadas De Agua Azul waterfall. Each biome will also be subject to its own weather and climate, offering their own challenge for racers.
The team at Playground Games also took the time to reveal another of the vehicles that will be included with the game at launch. The Toyota Supra 2020 is made for upgrading, which gave the team the perfect excuse to showcase the game’s upgrading system. As is tradition now, you’ll be able to add aftermarket parts to your cars that change both the appearance and handling. In fact, the Supra will be one of the cars you start the game with, given to all players for free.
You can check out the full broadcast, with a tour of Forza Horizon 5‘s full map from around the 28-minute mark, down below. Forza Horizon 5 is set to leave the starting blocks on November 9 on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC.
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