Forza Horizon 5 provides three different ways players can participate in the Horizon Festival which serves as the focal point of the game. The first way is through the new story mode which will guide players all around the Mexican open world map motivated by a narrative filled with new characters and events.
The second way is the Horizon Open, a PvP (player vs. player) experience which emphasizes casual, fun gameplay and includes racing, drifting, mini games, and more all in one place. Other players can seamlessly jump in to join the party and bow out when they want to move on to something else.
The third way is called the Horizon Tour. In this mode players can join up with each other in the open world map and race against a crop of AI-powered opponents. In between events players can hang out in a style that is similar to a car meet and then drive together as a group to the next location on the tour.
Hm. This is kinda a mixed bag. I will say the Viper exhaust is GREATLY improved over 4. Even tho i own all the vipers in that game, I REFUSED to drive any of them because the exhaust was so so GOD AWFUL and sounded like it was missing on at least 4 cylinders. The one thing I will say is that it does seem like F5 does a better job of capturing the spatial audio of the vehicle depending on where it is in the environment. Compared to 5, 4 just sounds like the microphones are fixed to the bumpers of the cars. I also chuckled that 5 seems to capture the DSG farts from the Golf R Mook
If you really want one, send me your address and next time one pops up I can put your info in for shipping then you can just paypal me? I get them for retail price so no upcharge or bs like that.My only plan so far is keeping an eye on newegg shuffle, as they occasionally have series x's up for grabs