Following in the wake of the rich August update of Forza Horizon 5 with Italy as the protagonist, it’s time for Playground Games to release a new wave of content for fans. According to what emerged officially from the site dedicated to new information for the Forza series, we learn that the next update will introduce many things.
Forza Horizon 5’s Eventlab 2.0 will stimulate users’ creativity, also including twenty rims from a new Horizon aftermarker brand, Vorsteiner, as well as some new bodywork parts from AC Schnitzer. Furthermore, the update in question will mark the return of the Forza widebody kit for the ’95 BMW 850CSI. Added to all this are a series of bug fixes and improvements to the overall player experience. Below we report what emerged from the patch notes:
Fixed an issue where a black screen would appear for an unexpected amount of time after the Xbox Game Studio logo on PC when loading the game. Fixed an issue with the 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio Verde where the headlights did not work properly during night hours. An issue with the 2020 Lamborghini Huracan Evo has been resolved: the reverse lights at the rear did not turn on correctly. Fixed an issue with the 2021 Ferrari Roma where the cockpit dashboard would not display correctly at low resolution.
Horizon Creatives will be available on September 12th and the contents of the series will be playable from September 14th to October 12th. There are just a few days left until this wave of news arrives, with various new contents that will certainly make the most avid fans happy, thanks to the resolution of some problems thanks to the update in question. The Playground title has never looked so good, which is why last month Forza Horizon 5 rocketed towards a new record by surpassing 32 million players.