Forza Horizon n 5 There is a lot of Mexico to explore. But if you want to take your car collection to other places, a track maker has opened up a small piece of Japan and let your favorite motor drift around.
Deeply inspired Tug (Or Tōge), a form of illegal street racing on winding and narrow mountain passes, Forza track creator PlayerKai has spent more than 18 hours painstakingly disguising Forza’s idyllic Mexican landscape to look better in Ridge Racer Something like home.
This track is the third Touge style event created by Kai, with Older video Have a little understanding of his process—that is, add a lot of trees and tall fences to hide Mexico. But more interesting details have been added to help create the illusion of a misty mountain pass, including the creation of impressive stone walls, which give the illusion of being high on the mountain.
Unfortunately you cannot customize the billboard. Nothing sells “Japan” better than a big poster with “Mexico!” Get angry with it.
Just dabbled in Forza’s event editor, which is really shocking. Kay hopes that the future horizon may bring this series to Japan-but for now, he plans more Touge-style courses, you can use the shared code above to download changes with different weather conditions.
Back in Mexico, Forza Horizon 5 just adjusted one Series 2 update It adds seven new cars-the most important of which is the small Peel P50, which has amazing Four Brake horsepower. The new season will last for one month, which contains some holiday elements, such as smashable snowman, and the ability to give new rides to strangers through the mysterious Santa feature.