Playground shows the different scenarios that we can explore in its new racing game.
Since its surprise presentation in the past E3 2021 the team of Playground He has not stopped offering new details of his highly anticipated Forza Horizon 5, and although we have already seen it in motion and there are not a few images that have been published so far, it is difficult not to be impressed with the realism of these latest captures, which come to show us the various biomes for which we will compete in this racing game set in Mexico.
The changes of season will be different depending on the biome in which we areThe authors of Forza Horizon 5 confirm that the game has been split into 11 different biomes and unique, each of which has been “painstakingly recreated.” The seasons of the year that they loved so much in the previous game are also back, “but adding a new layer of variety and complexity to the experience.” What does this mean? Basically, each biome will respond differently to seasonal changes. “For example, spring means rain in the jungle and farmland, while summer could bring tropical storms along the coast.”
In an extensive post published in the Xbox official website You can take a look at the various biomes that we will find in Forza Horizon 5, including scenarios such as the swamps “with dense vegetation” that will require us to use cars prepared to overcome all kinds of obstacles; or jungles, “which are even more leafy than swamps and are covered by a dense fog from the heat and humidity.”
In case you were wondering … yes, you may run into mayan ruins in the jungle!, which will undoubtedly encourage more than one to get lost in these natural places. Another important biome is the volcanic, located in the highest area of the map, with long stretches of unexplored terrain, or even deserts.
When we started I did not imagine that Mexico would be so good for the gameMike brownThe Forza Horizon 5 authors shared other interesting details in an interview with TechRadar. “This time around, we knew from the beginning that we wanted to make the biggest Horizon game to date. We knew we would take an extra year of work, which we would give ourselves more time […] and one of the areas to focus on was the world, which we wanted to be gigantic, “said the creative director of the series, Mike Brown. But they did not want it to be just a nice and big stage; fill it with things to see and activities to have fun with. And that has been his great task all these years.
“I admit that when we started thinking about the scenario, I did not imagine that Mexico was going to turn out as good as it has been,” continues Brown. “I think probably because of the way that Mexico is portrayed in pop culture and the way that I think of it as a vacation destination, I didn’t really think about the great breadth and natural diversity that it offers.” Forza Horizon 5 launches November 9 on PC and Xbox Series X | S, and will be available on Xbox Game Pass that same day. Remember that if you are a new user you can get a month of Game Pass for one euro.
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