Forza Horizon 5, the next open-world racing game from Playground Games and Xbox Game Studios, is one of the best racing games available today. Playground Games is committed to continuously introducing new features and enhancements to FH5 in the months and years after launch, despite the fact that the game already has a ton of racing content. With the introduction of Series 6, the company announced what’s coming next to the game on Thursday.
Forza Horizon 5 became a highly lauded and popular game primarily due to its launch features, but it has already improved in significant ways since its debut. Series 6 “Horizon Customs” will be included to the Forza Horizon 5 Festival Playlist next week. On Thursday, Playground Games held a Let’s Go! live to provide additional information about the game.
Nine new vehicles (with a special emphasis on the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E 1400), an upgrade for Horizon Open online racing, new EventLab creator capabilities, new cosmetics and player Badges, and much more are among the highlights of the next release.
Playground Games also hinted at future plans for Forza Horizon 5, including the addition of over 200 new championships to the Horizon Tour in Series 7. In the near future, Playground Games will share additional details about the first Forza Horizon 5 expansion.
Forza Horizon 5 is one of the finest Xbox racing games ever made, and Playground Games is always working to improve it with seasonal upgrades and releases. We previously explored how Forza Horizon can be improved, and with this update, Playground Games has already checked off a few items on our wish list.
Series 6 of Forza Horizon 5 will launch on March 31, 2022, featuring a slew of new features and enhancements to the game. On Tuesday, March 29, the accompanying update will be available for Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, PC, and Xbox Cloud Gaming.
Due to gamers encountering connectivity troubles in Forza Horizon 5, Playground Games has now issued the Series 6 update a day later than expected. The update contains all of the above-mentioned new features and improvements, while the Series 6 Festival Playlist will not be available until Thursday, March 31. The Series 6 content update, which is about 9.32GB in size, is now ready to download on every Forza Horizon 5 platform.