Forza Horizon 5 has released a new hotfix update

Forza Horizon 5 has released a new hotfix update

Forza Horizon 5 has received a new hotfix update from Playground Games, which resolves errors impacting the game’s Xbox Series S performance and several vehicles. Along with the latest update, Playground Games’ development team reiterated their commitment to resolving difficulties with the Auction House in Forza Horizon 5.

Through post-launch updates and DLC expansions, Playground Games is continually working to enhance Forza Horizon 5. The last update to Forza Horizon 5 on November 8 included support for fully functioning raytracing, Nvidia DLSS 2.4, and AMD FSR 2.2, considerably expanding the graphical choices accessible to PC users. However, updates may create new flaws and issues that the development team must address. To address lingering issues from earlier patches, Playground Games issued a new Forza Horizon 5 hotfix update on November 21.

Forza Horizon 5’s November 21 hotfix update resolves many errors in “Donut Media @Horizon” narrative chapters 2 and 3. Previously, Forza Horizon 5 users on Xbox Series S might experience game crashes when upgrading their vehicles during chapter 2, and the Speed Zone in chapter 3 was blocked for some players. Furthermore, Rocket Bunny broad body kits would have a severe effect on the hood of the 2000 Nissan Silvia Spec R and the rear diffuser of the 2003 Nissan Fairlady Z, causing the vehicle parts to vanish or show wrongly. These difficulties have been addressed in the most recent Forza Horizon 5 update, but the Auction House remains inoperable.

The Forza Horizon 5 team is presently working on restructuring the Auction House economics, according to Playground Games. As the developer continues to handle the in-game economy, the latest update for Forza Horizon 5 also resolves the Super 7 money exploit. Playground Games regrets the inconvenience, as the Auction House will be unavailable for the foreseeable future.

The most recent hotfix is useful for Xbox Series S players who are presently playing Forza Horizon 5. Because the Xbox Series S is on sale for Black Friday, eager shoppers may opt to get a copy of Forza Horizon 5 or an Xbox Game Pass membership instead. This, hopefully, will guarantee that the Forza Horizon 5 experience remains intact for both returning and new players as we approach 2023.

Fable is presently being developed by Playground Games with the second expansion for Forza Horizon 5. The new Forza Horizon 5 expansion is set to launch in early 2023, and fans can expect more information as the new year approaches. 2023 should be a watershed moment for the Forza brand, with Turn10 Studios’ Forza Motorsport debuting on the newest Xbox and PC gear.

Forza Horizon 5 is now available on PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.

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