Forza Horizon 5 exceeds 32M players, includes new Italian vehicles, and won’t support split screen!

Forza Horizon 5 exceeds 32M players, includes new Italian vehicles, and won’t support split screen!

Forza Horizon 5 Update: Popularity is increasing worldwide; new updates include new Italian cars, and now you can increase the size of your garage. One thing more, Forza says it won’t support split-screen or multiplayer racing.

Forza Horizon 5 updates with new Italian cars! and double the garage capacity

Playground Games announced that ” Forza Horizon 5 ” will launch an Italian car booster pack, which includes a variety of models from well-known Italian car brands such as Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Lancia, and Abarth. As the picture shows:

Forza Horizon 5

A total of 16 cars are planned for this update. The first eight will be launched at the auto show on August 15, with the remaining eight being rolled out gradually as part of the Italian Automobile Festival until September 14.

Forza Horizon 5

Players now have extra space to store their ever-growing collections thanks to the developers’ decision to raise garage capacity from 1,000 to 2,000 automobiles in addition to the new cars.

The globe is being dominated by “Horizon 5″‘s popularity! More than 32 million players have signed up.

Recently, netizen Stallion83 broke the news that according to the Hall of Fame statistics, the number of global players of “Forza Horizon 5 ” has exceeded 32 million.

This work will be officially released on November 9, 2021. As of January 2022, the number of players worldwide has exceeded 15 million. In June 2022, the number of players worldwide exceeded 20 million. By May 2023, the number of players worldwide has surpassed 30 million.

“Forza Motorsport: Horizon 5 ” has won a high reputation from players for its excellent quality. Currently, the ” Forza Horizon 5″ Steam page has 121,687 player comments, with a favorable rate of 88%, which is particularly promising.

“Forza” does not support split screen and spectator modes and multiplayer AI racing.

Chris Esaki, the creative director of ” Forza Motorsport ” (2023), revealed that “Forza Motorsport” will not support split-screen mode, spectator mode in featured multiplayer games, and racing with AI when it is released.

Regarding why there is no split-screen mode, Chris Esaki said they have “invested heavily” in the game’s graphics performance and game rendering engine to make split-screen operations very difficult, so this mode will not be launched.

Regarding not having a spectator mode or an AI racer in multiplayer races, Chris Esaki said it’s against the studio’s goals: “Put players into a featured multiplayer event, take the player’s seat, and watch? It’s not the kind of match we want; likewise, it doesn’t make much sense to race against the AI ​​in multiplayer with the potential impact on your safety rating, and we won’t be offering this at launch Function”.

“Forza Motorsport” is produced by Turn 10 Studio, and it has been confirmed that it will be released on October 10, 2023. It will land on Xbox X/ S and Steam and join XGP for the first time.


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