Forza Horizon 5 reveals a huge car list, and it’s not even complete

With Forza Horizon 5, Xbox Game Studios and Playground Games have revealed a massive list of cars that players will be able to choose from while set in the game’s vast and varied Mexican landscape. Despite already listing several hundred cars, the developer has confirmed that there is more to come.

The official website of Forza Motorsport currently lists 426 different vehicles to drive. Playground announced several debutants to the list as well as confirmed that more cars would be added in due course. The post reads, “Stay tuned, as this is not the final list for a launch date. We will be expanding this with more cars and manufacturers in the coming weeks until November 9th, so be sure to check back regularly for that.” . All the latest updates.”

As mentioned, several cars will make their Forza debut in the upcoming installment of the series. From the 2020 Ford Super Duty F-450 DRW Premium to the beautiful 1991 Jaguar Sport XJR-15, the Forza team says its new additions are “the most diverse to date in Forza’s history.”

From Mercs to McLarens and Audis to Aston Martins, Forza Horizon 5 spares no expense with the selection of makes and models included. Along with the developer’s promise to announce more content in the lead-up to launch, Playground Games has also said that it will be bringing back its festival playlist for Forza Horizon 5, which means there will be several new- From-franchise cars and fan favorites will make their way into the game in the months following its release. You know, if the hundreds of cars available at launch aren’t enough.

Forza Horizon 5 is another step up from the fourth iteration of the franchise. Not only does the game start by dropping you into a volcano (and that’s just part of the game’s hugely diverse map), it also features a new Event Lab mode that gives players many of the tools that team up with when designing playground games. Were. In-game level.

For more on Forza Horizon 5, be sure to check out this piece where we sat down with the team at Playground to ask about their partnership with Mercedes, how they keep the game’s engine moving more than ever before and what they are adding to the chain. Forza Horizon 5 will launch on November 9 for PC, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One.

Jared Moore is a freelance writer for IGN. you can follow him Twitter.

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