Forza Horizon 5 is the new game in the Microsoft speed franchise. Announced this Sunday (13), during E3 2021, the title has a release date set for November 9th for Xbox Series X /S, Xbox One and PC. The game is set in Mexico and bets on graphics to win over players, with the sky captured in HR and Raytracing to make the cars and maps look more real.
According to the manufacturer, the game has “the biggest and most diverse open world of all time”. The game’s setting features deserts, jungles, historic cities, ruins, beaches and even a snow-covered volcano. Images are in 4K at 30 FPS on Xbox Series X (1080p 30 FPS on Xbox Series S) with an optional 60 FPS performance mode. Forza 5 will be available on Steam and Xbox Game Pass including console and PC and can be played on Android mobile or tablet via Cloud Gaming (Beta). Below are the minimum requirements to play.
Check out the official images of Forza Horizon 5 in the gallery
Forza Horizon Trailer 5
First of the franchise to be released since the arrival of the new generation devices, the game shown in a trailer that shows a little of the power of the new machines, with even more complex and detailed graphics, in the most varied environments and weather conditions. Watch:
Forza Horizon 5 Gameplay
Microsoft also released a video with seven minutes of gameplay for the new Forza. Watch:
New game details and minimum requirements
As is already a tradition in Microsoft exclusives, the game will be included in the Game Pass subscription service, a kind of “Netflix of Games” from the Xbox, which has more than 100 titles available. Like 26 other games announced at E3 2021, Forza Horizon 5 goes into service on its release day, November 9th.
Those who prefer to purchase the game permanently can also purchase it directly from the Microsoft Store, where it is already available on pre-order. The standard version costs $59.99, the Deluxe edition for $79.99, and the Premium edition for $99.99.
For the PC version, Microsoft has already revealed the minimum specifications to run Forza Horizon 5 on Windows. Despite the visual touches, the game remains relatively light to play, and can even be compared to its predecessor, released in 2018. Check it out:
|SYSTEM||Windows 10 64-bit|
|PROCESSOR||i3-4170 3.7Ghz, i5-750 2.67Ghz or AMD FX-6300|
|VIDEO||NVidia GTX 760 or AMD RX 460 (2GB)|
|MEMORY||8 GB of RAM|
Source: Microsoft Store