With the arrival of another Winter season in Forza Horizon 5 there’s a fresh set of Playlist events for players to get their teeth into.
We’ve now passed the halfway stage of another Series, with S7 continuing to provide a festive theme to the stylized Mexico as it marks the occasion of Cinco de Mayo.
This celebration is held on May 5 each year, and is a school holiday in Mexico — although it’s an even bigger event in Hispanic communities in the USA. Reflecting the occasion is a “world makeover” in FH5, bringing new map decorations, new clothing items, and new EventLab props.
Italian brand Ferrari is a major focus for the Series too, as all four of the Seasons feature a Playlist Exclusive prancing horse reward, as well as another as an overall Series prize. A new Evolving World Accolade also appears this month, for collecting all five Ferraris.
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Stormy weather heads into Forza Horizon 5’s Mexico this week, as the Autumn season begins on one of the country’s biggest celebrations, and brings with it a new set of Playlist events.
It’s the second week of Series 7, so the theme — Cinco de Mayo — continues. This sees the world redecorated in accordance with the festivities, along with new clothing items and new props to place in EventLab.
Ferrari has also taken over the playlist, as all four of the Seasons will award a car from the Prancing Horse as the first-tier completion prizes. There’s also a fifth car as the first-tier Series completion prize, and a new Evolving World Accolade for collecting all five.
Summer has once again arrived in Forza Horizon 5’s Mexico, bringing with it an entirely new set of Playlist events as Series 7 gets underway.
The theme for this series is Cinco de Mayo, a major celebration in Mexico held on May 5 each year. That will be reflected in FH5 with a “world makeover”, including new decorations around the map, new clothing items, and new props to place in EventLab.
There’s also something of a Ferrari takeover too, with all four of the Series’ first tier Season completion prizes coming from the Italian brand, as well as the 80-point Series reward car. One new Evolving World Accolade appears this month, for collecting all five.
A healthy Playlist means there’s 225 points available across the four weeks. The lower prize point requirements remain, and the Playlist-exclusive cars still occupy that first reward slot, making collecting unique cars an easier task.
The final events for Series 6 of Forza Horizon 5 are now available, as the heat in Mexico turns up a notch.
Spring forms the last week for each Series, giving one more chance for players to pick up the points they need for the seasonal rewards by way of a fresh set of challenges.
Series 6 is themed around customization. “Horizon Customs” refers not only to modified cars, but some of the wild changes possible in custom races using the powerful EventLab tool.
Alongside the custom events, Drift Club features heavily in S6. This new Horizon Story is part of the Monthly Challenge across the Series, so although it’s available at any time you’ll get points for doing so before Series 7 starts, to help with your completion stats.
There’s also new cars to collect — and a new Evolving World Accolade for picking up all four of the Playlist cars this Series — along with new collectibles and new EventLab props to play with.
With the larger Playlist compared to some recent Series, there’s 230 points now available across the four weeks, and the lower prize point requirements and playlist exclusive cars set as the first reward means it’s easier than ever to complete your fleet.
A new selection of events is now available for the third week of Series 6 of Forza Horizon 5, with the weather moving into the dry spell of Winter.
The current theme of “Horizon Customs” continues, with events keyed to all the various ways you can modify the world around you. From custom cars to custom races with the game’s powerful EventLab tool, S6 is a celebration of user-generated content.
In addition to all the modified creations, Drift Club returns to Horizon with S6. This new Horizon Story, which sees FH4’s guru of grip loss Rob travel to Mexico to ignite tires, is part of the Monthly Challenge across the Series. That means you’ll want to get it finished before Series 7 makes its debut, in order to score maximum points for your collection this month.
As always the Series also brings new cars, new collectibles, and new EventLab props to play with, while there’s also a single new Evolving World Accolade for picking up all four of the Playlist cars this Series.
A slightly larger Playlist compared to recent Series sees 230 points now available across the four weeks. The reduced prize point requirements introduced in S4 will remain, along with the Exclusive cars being available for the lower value.