Forza Horizon 5's Map Revealed; Set To Be The Largest World In The Forza Horizon Series Thus Far

Playground Games has revealed Forza Horizon 5’s Mexico-inspired world and it is much larger than the FH4’s Britain setting

Until recently, we only knew that Forza Horizon 5 would take place in Mexico. Now we know exactly how the open world will look.

The last Forza Horizon game had 52 square miles of open world. This one is said to be 1.5 times larger.

It's not just about size. The Mexico-inspired scene will be, by far, the most versatile of any other before it.

A total of 11 "biomes" or regions wil be available and we have details on all of them.

Since this is Forza, you'll probably have to do a lot of grinding, in order to unlock some of them.

Dynamic weather and world effects will spice things up a bit. There's also an erupting volcano!

There are Pikes Peak-inspired routes, as well as the obligatory drag-race location - the airport.

There is also a highway that connects the two far corners of the map.

There is the obligatory main city, as well as other smaller settlements throughout the map.

We see the map in its wet, summer setting. As before, there are four different seasons.

Weather conditions will have a noticeable effect on the car's performance, including the rate at which your tires warm up.

The game will be released on November 9th, 2021. It promises lots of exploration and unique environments.

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