Microsoft has opened a pre-order for Forza Horizon 5

One of the biggest games unveiled at Microsoft’s E3 2021 launch was undoubtedly Forza Horizon 5, a new open-world racing game set in Mexico. Forza Horizon 5 launches on Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and PC on November 9, in time for the holidays. Those looking to burn rubber in a vast and gorgeous open world can pre-order their copy of Forza Horizon 5 now.

Forza Horizon 5 is available for pre-order in three editions: Standard, Deluxe, and Premium. The premium version of the game is out in Early Access on November 5th. Xbox Game Pass subscribers can play the standard version for free at launch, and additional packs will be available for purchase if you need Deluxe / Premium content. If you haven’t signed up for Game Pass yet, be sure to take advantage of the limited-time offer that gets you the first three months for $ 1.

Forza Horizon 5 Standard Edition Pre-Order – $ 60

Pre-order Forza Horizon 5

Forza Horizon 5 Standard Edition is now available for pre-order for $ 60. Digital pre-orders are available on the Xbox Store. You can also add it to your Steam Wishlist (pre-orders coming soon).

Pre-order Forza Horizon 5 Deluxe edition – $ 80

Pre-order Forza Horizon 5

The $ 80 Deluxe Edition for Forza Horizon 5 is available for pre-order from the Xbox Store. Currently, only digital Deluxe editions are available. It comes with a Car Pass which gives you access to more vehicles in the game.

Pre-order Forza Horizon 5 Premium Edition – $ 100

Pre-order Forza Horizon 5

Forza Horizon 5 Premium Edition for $ 100 is available for digital pre-order on the Xbox Store. In addition to the Car Pass, you also receive two add-ons upon release: a VIP Membership and a Welcome Pack (the contents of the package are not known at this time). You can also start playing on November 5, four days before the official launch of Forza Horizon 5.

Developer Playground Games promises that Forza Horizon 5 will have the largest world to date in a spin-off racing series. It will also feature some of the dynamic weather events that were featured in the debut trailer, such as dust and tropical storms. Weather events in Horizon 5 will change weekly, so you can expect a lot of variety from week to week. Horizon 5 seems to have more varied terrain and trappings than previous installments in the series, as you drive through cities, ruins, jungles, deserts, beaches, and more on scenic trails.

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