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Forza Horizon 5 Series 6 Update – Now Ready for Download!

The Forza Horizon 5 Series 6 update, formally titled “Horizon Customs,” is now ready for download. The update recognizes and rewards both the creative and racing abilities of the game’s players by making significant improvements to Horizon Open and EventLab, among other things.

As is customary for the Festival Playlist, new clothing items, automobiles, and horns are available to unlock on Windows, Xbox, and Steam, with seasonal content becoming available in the weeks to come.

Although the Forza Horizon 5 Series 6 cars update was originally slated to launch on March 29, it was postponed when users experienced connection difficulties with the Forza client.


  • Stability and performance gains are achieved.
  • Improved save flow for the Weekly Forzathon in order to lessen the likelihood of any advancement being lost.
  • Updated the string for the Car Voucher to be more precise about what it’s supposed to do now
  • Seasonal Event map pins have been updated to correspond with the Seasonal PR Stunt pin.
  • Corrected a problem where the automobile’s brake calipers were being left behind while changing tunes in Freeroaming mode.
  • In order to accommodate the new Drivetrain switch mode on the Ford Mustang Mach-E, a heads-up display (HUD) has been included for vehicles with Race Mode-type capabilities.
  • It has been decided to include a low-resolution mesh underworld to better the looks when world pieces drop out at high altitudes, such as when utilizing the new Gravity Action in EventLab (Series X/S and PC only).
  • The aerodynamic impact of unclean air has been fine-tuned: the modification minimizes the amount of total downforce lost as a result of dirty air and improves the distribution of overall aerodynamic balance while following closely behind another vehicle. If you are traveling really fast with a vehicle that generates a significant amount of downforce, this impact will be more obvious.
Forza Horizon 5 Series 6 New Cars


  • The advancement system in Horizon Open has been revamped, and players may now earn Badges by completing objectives in the game.
  • Horizon Open now has Custom Racing, allowing players to locate races in their preferred racing discipline and PI class.
  • The post-race flow has been improved so that the player does not have to wait for too long.

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Forzathon Weekly Challenge

Our Forzathon Weekly Challenge this week features the world’s smallest production automobile, the 1962 Peel P50. P50 is normally difficult to get since it is not sold in any Auto shows or WheelSpins in FH5 and cannot be won. The P50, on the other hand, can be purchased for 500 Forzathon points this week only. The Series 6 vehicles in Forza Horizon 5 are going to be spectacular.

To accomplish Chapter 1, all you need to do is own and operate a 1962 Peel P50. Squash 10 pinatas in your microcar for Chapter 2. EventLab has a selection of them. The Peel P50 has to be upgraded to A-Class and be able to achieve 110 mph in Chapter 3 before you can proceed. Once you’ve taken a picture of your Peel P50, you’ve finished Chapter 4.

Series 6 Updates-Drift Club Mexico

Drift Club Mexico

The Ford Mustang Mach-E 1400 from Series 6 is also up for grabs as a bonus. After you finish the last chapter of Drift Club Mexico, a six-chapter Horizon Story in which you drive a lot sideways in seven iconic drift cars, you can get this crazy drift car.

If you go to Horizon Open, you can now get a new progression system that doesn’t work with other games. The new progression system will only work for Open Racing, Drifting, Playground Games, and Custom Racing. It won’t work for The Eliminator, so you won’t be able to move up. 

Also, the developers said they’ll move the new game mode from Horizon Open to the Online tab in the pause menu, so you can play it with other people online.

Another big change has to do with XP. XP earned in Horizon Open will now count for both the player level and the new Horizon Open level.

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Several New Cars Speeding Your Way

Naturally, Playground Games adds new vehicles to Forza Horizon 5 with each monthly release, and Series 6 is no different. Forza Horizon 5 players will be able to acquire many additional vehicles over the next month, regardless of whether they possess the Car Pass.

Finally, a new reward type – badges – may be acquired by accomplishing unique tasks or by progressing via Horizon Open’s leveling system. Players will be able to gain new Badges and redeem previously obtained Badges through the dedicated Badges menu available under the Campaign tab.

Moving on to the new content, the Series 6 Update adds Drift Club to Mexico, allowing players who have previously constructed the Horizon Rush Outpost to immediately begin playing Drift Club Mexico.

Along with the arrival of Drift Club Mexico, the update includes new unlockable Drift Club-themed wardrobe pieces. More significantly, completing this Horizon Story will count toward completing your Festival Playlist in Series 6.

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