- Forza Horizon 5 saw the launch of its latest expansion earlier today. The update also brings several new features and modes to the game.
- The latest patch aims to address some of the prominent bugs in the title while improving the overall performance.
- Support for Nvidia DLSS 3.0 was added to the game for the RTX 40xx series of GPUs.
The latest expansion for Forza Horizon 5, Rally Adventure, is live as of March 29, 2023. The update brings several new features, such as Anti-Lag, along with improvements and bug fixes. The patch notes were posted on the official website of Forza and went in-depth on the new additions. These notes have been divided into sections showing the elements available to all players and those exclusive to expansion owners.
New Features In Forza Horizon 5
These additions are available to all players regardless of whether they own the expansion or not. Anti-Lag, a feature that affects turbo spooling, has been added to the game along with Launch Control Assist for all cars. Furthermore, Rally Parts were made available for a wide variety of vehicles in addition to Tire Profile Size and Widebody Kits. A radio station featuring 15 new tracks was also added to the game.
Along with those features, neon-themed decorations were added to Forza Horizon 5, along with new settings for steering wheels on consoles. These include rotation, lock multiplier, and speed sensitivity aspects. Moreover, the PC version received Nvidia DLSS 3.0 support for the RTX 40xx series of GPUs. The list goes on as the update adds a bunch of limited-time series features available from March 30 until April 27.
Moving on, Forza Horizon 5’s latest expansion, Rally Adventure, brings a new wave of content for owners of the DLC pack. In addition to a new Open World Map, players will have access to a new campaign featuring an all-new Rally career along with two new race modes. Beyond that, ten new vehicles were added to the game, which can be unlocked through campaign progression.
Performance & Stability Fixes
Aside from the latest content additions in the game, Forza Horizon 5’s latest patch addresses several bugs present in the game. Issues involving cars being unable to rev past 3000 RPM when shifting gears, wheels being flipped around, inconsistent paint/vinyl options, and corrupted textures on damaged cars were resolved. Along with that, crash issues due to display adapter selection and other miscellaneous problems were ironed out.
In addition to general and vehicle-centric fixes, the multiplayer mode also received some attention. The issues addressed include Convoys, where players were unable to use d-pad menus after disconnection and being locked out of game features when accessing them via the Hot Wheels Menu tab. Improvements were also made to reduce client crashes when being challenged into a Head-to-Head.
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