With the recent tweet coming from the developers of Forza Horizon 5, it is certain that the newest installment of the Forza Horizon series, Forza Horizon 5 will be featuring the weather cycle. To know more, continue reading.
Forza Horizon 5
When it comes to racing games, there’s no game matching the level of detail that Forza Horizon games have. It is safe to say that the FH series features one of the best if not the best racing experience of all time. With high attention to detail and stunning visuals, every new installment of FH decreases the gap between gaming and reality.
Did you know that the official trailer for Forza Horizon 5 is out now? If not, then what are you waiting for? Head over to this link and watch the highly anticipated trailer which shows some really cool glimpses of the game. Also, for anyone who doesn’t know, the game is scheduled for release on Nov 9, 2021, and will be available on the major platforms including Xbox One, Series X|S, Win10, and Steam.
Also, Playground Games recently confirmed that FH5 will be available in 4k 30Fps on Xbox Series X.
Forza Horizon 5: Weather Cycle feature
The official dev team of Forza Horizon 5 posted a tweet about the new feature in FH5: ” The coolest thing about the weather cycle in FH5 is that it’s localized. That means you might see a dust storm on one end of the map, a tropical storm on the other, and blazing sun in the middle.”
The coolest thing about the weather cycle in #FH5 is that it's localized. That means you might see a dust storm on one end of the map, a tropical storm on the other, and blazing sun in the middle. pic.twitter.com/3ph2ojieoU
— Forza Horizon (@ForzaHorizon) June 25, 2021
So, as in other FH games, we get to see that the entire map would feature a new season every week depending on whether it was spring, summer, autumn, or winter. So basically, if it rains, it means the whole map experiences the rain. However, this is going to change in FH5.
Every biome of the map in Fh5 will be featuring a different season, unlike the previous versions. In an interview with IGN, the creative director of FH5 Mike Brown said ” You get dust storms in the dry season, you get tropical storms in storm season, which is autumn. So there are these big, massive weather events that can occur as well based on which season you’re in”.
So, with that being said, all we can do is wait for the game to be launched and enjoy it. To know more about the cars feature