Forza Horizon 5 will have weekly weather changes


The new open world racing game developed by Playground Games will hit stores on November 9, 2021 and will be available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox Cloud Gaming and PC, as well as arriving on the same day of its release for the Xbox Game Pass. This new Forza Horizon 5 will take us to Mexico, a place that is emerging as one of the most diverse so far, with deserts, jungles, hidden ruins, beaches, canyons… But beyond all that, Forza Horizon 5 will have weekly weather changes, which will make the game even more alive.

Forza Horizon 5 will be a much bigger and more amazing game than Forza Horizon 4, where Mexico will be part of its success. Thanks to the geographic variety, Forza Horizon 5 will have very varied environments, but we will also have adverse climates. Who wouldn’t want to speed up in a sandstorm? As you well know, in the fourth issue of Forza Horizon the seasons changed weekly, so we were able to experience all four seasons during the same month. With Forza Horizon 5 this will continue to happen, as confirmed by Playground Games.

Seasons still change every week and with that, the weather and the world around you also change. There will be floods during the spring season who can block some roads and we also have to chase some huge storms.

Obviously, climate change may not be as substantial as that of Forza Horizon 4, as there will be no snow in mexico, removing some of the mountainous areas as we saw in the game trailer. Also, the climate is much warmer than in the rainy UK. Despite this, Playground Games promises to change the map. Without a doubt, Forza Horizon 5 looks great and the desire we have to play it is endless.