In November, Forza Horizon 5 will debut on the market and the production will be available from the premiere on the Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One and PC. The developers will provide the largest map in the history of the series , which will receive the largest number of biomes, and this diversity will be expanded accordingly by changing weather conditions.
Playground Games has just confirmed that in Forza Horizon 5, dynamic weather will be related to the location. This means that during one race, we can fall into a sandstorm, then drive into the middle of a tropical downpour, and finally watch the burning sun reflecting off pimped-up cars.
The coolest thing about the weather cycle in #FH5 is that it's localized. That means you might see a dust storm on one end of the map, a tropical storm on the other, and blazing sun in the middle. pic.twitter.com/3ph2ojieoU
— Forza Horizon (@ForzaHorizon) June 25, 2021
As you know, Forza Horizon 4 had an effective weather system, but in Forza Horizon 5 we can count on an even better experience. The position will also include variable seasons (seasons), which will also affect the fun.
It is worth recalling that Playground Games previously confirmed the important news – Forza Horizon 5 will work well on all devices.