Playground Games releases a new hotfix update for Forza Horizon 5 to address multiple bugs affecting cars and story chapters.


Playground Games issued a new hotfix update for Forza Horizon 5, which fixes bugs affecting the game’s Xbox Series S performance and multiple cars. Alongside the new update, the development team at Playground Games reconfirmed its efforts into fixing issues regarding the Auction House in Forza Horizon 5.


Playground Games is constantly working to further improve Forza Horizon 5 through post-launch updates and DLC expansions. Forza Horizon 5’s prior update on November 8 introduced support for fully functional raytracing, Nvidia DLSS 2.4, and AMD FSR 2.2 to greatly expand the graphics options available for PC players. Updates may introduce new bugs and issues that the development team must tackle, however. To combat some known issues, Playground Games released a new Forza Horizon 5 hotfix update on November 21 to address lingering problems from previous updates.

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The November 21 hotfix update for Forza Horizon 5 fixes multiple bugs pertaining to “Donut Media @Horizon” story chapters 2 and 3. Previously, Forza Horizon 5 players could face game crashes when upgrading their cars during chapter 2 on Xbox Series S, and the Speed Zone in chapter 3 was disabled for some players. Moreover, Rocket Bunny wide body kits would negatively impact the 2000 Nissan Silvia Spec R’s hood and 2003 Nissan Fairlady Z’s rear diffuser, causing the car parts to disappear or display incorrectly. These issues are remedied in the latest Forza Horizon 5 hotfix, but the Auction House remains disabled.

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According to Playground Games, the Forza Horizon 5 team is currently working toward rebalancing the Auction House economy. Forza Horizon 5’s new hotfix also solves the Super 7 money exploit as the developer continues to address the in-game economy. Playground Games apologizes for the inconvenience since the Auction House will remain offline for the foreseeable future.

The latest hotfix is beneficial for Xbox Series S users currently playing Forza Horizon 5. Since the Xbox Series S is discounted for Black Friday, eager customers may decide to purchase a copy of Forza Horizon 5 or an Xbox Game Pass membership. Hopefully, this will ensure the Forza Horizon 5 experience remains intact for returning and new players alike leading into 2023.

Playground Games is currently developing Fable alongside the second expansion for Forza Horizon 5. Forza Horizon 5’s new expansion is expected to release in early 2023, and fans can expect more details once the new year arrives. 2023 should prove to be a monumental year for the Forza franchise as Turn10 Studios’ Forza Motorsport makes its debut on the latest Xbox and PC hardware.

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

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Source: Playground Games

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