Forza Horizon 5 Review | computer games

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What is that? A ridiculous car stadium masquerading as an open world racing game.
Expect to pay: $60 / £50, included with Game Pass
date of publication: November 9
Developer: playground games
publisher: Xbox Game Studios
reviewed in: Ryzen 7 3700X, 32GB RAM, RTX 3080Ti Multiplayer? Other contestants appear in the open world, and there are a variety of co-op and competitive playlists.
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After being dropped off a cargo plane in the AMG One, I arrived at the festival site to celebrate the noise and fireworks. The organizers are happy – their “star” is finally here – and to celebrate they offer me an option to start the car. I left the spot and headed to my first race in a Corvette Stingray Coupe. This is not how racing games are supposed to start. I have to fight to win in some old hatchback, and dream of the day I can get behind the wheel of something neat and fast. Instead, a 500-horsepower supercar was delivered to tear up the streets of Mexico.

This makes sense, though. Forza Horizon 5 doesn’t have to do what other racing games will. It just needs to be a Forza Horizon game, because the Horizon brand of exotic car games has no serious competitor.


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