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'Forza Horizon 5' Announced, Featuring Massive Open World And Stunning Visuals

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'Forza Horizon 5' Announced, Featuring Massive Open World And Stunning Visuals

Microsoft has officially unveiled Forza Horizon 5 for Xbox consoles and PC, and it looks absolutely stunning. Playground Games' latest entry in the popular racing series will take players to Mexico, in what the team promises is the biggest and most diverse open world yet seen in a Forza game.

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I don't throw around the term "photorealistic graphics" around too often, but Playground explained that Forza Horizon 5 has literally made use of photorealistic skies, volumetric lighting, and other slick next-gen tricks to produce the most visually stunning Forza title yet. See for yourself below!

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'Your ultimate Horizon adventure awaits! Explore the vibrant and ever-evolving open world landscapes of Mexico with limitless, fun driving action in hundreds of the world's greatest cars,' reads the game's official synopsis.

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Playground gave us a pretty darn good look at the game in action, and talked up some of its new features. In addition to all the multiplayer racing action you can handle, the team has introduced a brand-new Expedition mode. In this new mode, players get the chance to explore the diverse locations of Mexico through the lens of an 'adventurous campaign'. Again, Playground is confident this is the biggest open world in a Forza game yet.

Forza Horizon 5 will also offer players the ability to come up with their own custom races, and even put together entire modes from scratch that they can share and play with their friends via a generous suite of online features. Whether you just want to cut around Mexico solo or get seriously competitive, it looks as if this will have a little something for everyone.

Forza Horizon 5 is set to launch on Xbox Game Pass on November 9.

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Featured Image Credit: Microsoft

Topics: Xbox, News, E3, Microsoft

Ewan Moore
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