Forza Horizon 5: New update available with multiple fixes and 1,000 Forzathon points


Playground Games has launched a new massive update for Forza Horizon 5, now available for all platforms. The December patch resolves a long list of issues and, to thank players for their patience, it distributes 1,000 Forzathon points for everyone.

Playground Games’ most recent title was greeted with enthusiasm by critics and audiences, quickly overtaking the 10 million players. It’s a vast game full of things to do, which inevitably also involves the presence of bugs and problems of various kinds.

The December update, in this sense, aims to resolve many of the issues, with fixes that improve the overall stability of the game, eliminate crashes that occurred under certain circumstances, as well as a long list of minor bugs, and make some changes to online racing. The update also resolves compatibility issues with the Logitch G920 steering wheel and some car-specific issues. The news list is very long and it would be impossible to report it in full in this article, so for the full official notes see the Playground Games support page at this address.

This is a pretty substantial update, even in size: up 14 GB de patches on Xbox Series X, according to reports from WindowsCentral. On the other hand, to reward players’ patience, the developers decided to give everyone 1,000 Forzathon Points, with which they can buy new cars, as well as horns, rims, emotes and clothes.