by soumi roy

Forza Horizon 5 Hot Wheels Review

Forza Horizon 5 Hot Wheels Review

Numerous titles already share crossovers with the Forza Horizon series.

However, the one featuring Hot Wheels and Forza Horizon 3 stands out the most.

Wheels Twisty Tracks was a well-received game. Thus its resurrection in Forza Horizon 5 was eagerly anticipated.

Over Mexico, the new expansion's orange lanes are dispersed over the sky, creating a racing haven hidden in the clouds ready to be blasted through.

The map is bigger than the one that Forza Horizon 3 previously provided.

It includes three biomes, each of which introduces a different type of weather based on your location.

This time around, the plastic raceway bits are also more diverse, which does emphasize the whimsical nature of the whole extension.

As you are scaled back onto the track by magnetic strips, you can complete races upside-down or in complex loops where keeping your pace is crucial.

In the context of gradually presenting you to speedier cars and trucks, the structure makes perfect sense.