Forza Horizon 5 showcases 11 amazingly diverse biomes of its Mexico Map

Forza Horizon 5 Mexico Map - long beaches - 11 biomes - hidden ruins
Forza Horizon 5 Mexico Map - long beaches - 11 biomes - hidden ruins

Forza Horizon 5 11 biomes: The Forza series from Microsoft Studios has always been their top of the line racing game series with a lot of attention to detail. This year Xbox has announced the upcoming Forza Horizon 5 and they are determined to take the game to the next-level. Forza Horizon 5 will offer players a breathtaking expedition across the massively diverse and ever-evolving landscape of Mexico. Players can explore large volcanoes, long beaches, hidden ruins and much more. Forza Horizon 5 will offer the largest map of the Forza Horizon series as stated by developers Playground Games. Forza Horizon 5 Mexico Map – long beaches – hidden ruins – 11 biomes

Playground Games have revealed more about the game through a 30-minute broadcast featuring Mike Brown, the creative director and Don Arceta, the art director of the game. The stream revealed all the 11 biomes of Mexico, which includes the swamps, farmlands, desert, jungle, a rocky coast, tropical coast, arid hills, a volcano and the gorgeous city of Guanajuato. Mike Brown on Xbox Wire said,” We knew from the beginning that we wanted this to be the biggest Forza Horizon yet. If we wanted to be the biggest, then we felt we also needed to offer the most diversity and contrast as well”.

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These are the 11 biomes that players can enjoy in Forza Horizon 5:

Farmland:

Farmland:

This is Arceta’s favorite biome. He said there will be plenty of fences to smash through and enjoy the contrasting colours of agricultural land while cruising.

Jungle:


Players having RTX GPUs may go berserk while driving through the lush jungle. The god rays will be clear and players can discover temples which are based on real life locations.

Tropical Coast:


Arceta said,”I love the tropical coast because it’s the visual in your mind when you think of Mexico when you want to go on vacation and just enjoy the sun, soak it up and be a bit more laid back”.

The Canyon:


Brown’s favourite biome. He explained the minute details that players will get. He said,” Because it has these big rocky walls, the sound of your car engine can reverb back off those walls. It’s a really cool effect when you’re driving through there in a hypercar.”

Arid Hills:
Arid Hills
Arid Hills

Arceta said, “We have a lake that completely dries up in the winter season, as well as the rivers that feed into it. That really opens up passages and secret areas for the player to explore.”

Sand Desert:

Brown advised, “The sand desert — and a little bit of the living desert — give you that space where when you want to go take a car and reach the absolute max performance of it, that’s a space you can do it”.

City of Guanajuato:
City of Guanajuato
City of Guanajuato

Arceta said,” This urban biome is based on the city of Guanajuato, which is filled with colorful architecture and undulating hills. It also has tight roads, which means the sounds of your car will bounce off the walls”

Swamps:
Swamps
Swamps

Excellent place to venture your off-roading skills.

Living Desert:
Living Desert
Living Desert

Brown said, “It’s not a dead, barren landscape, it’s a really vibrant space despite being a desert.”

Rocky Coast:
Rocky Coast
Rocky Coast

An amazing coastal view rendered in unparalleled detail.

The Volcano:
The Volcano
The Volcano

This is the only place in Forza Horizon 5, where Players can experience snow.

Microsoft revealed that Forza Horizon 5 will be released on November 09, 2021. This time Forza Horizon is coming only on PCs and next-gen consoles.

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Forza Horizon 5 Mexico Map – long beaches – 11 biomes – hidden ruins