Forza Horizon 5 Hot Wheels Expansion Introduces New Vehicles, Tracks, and More

The new update brings stability, performance improvements, and a new Save Recovery System.

Forza Horizon 5

Forza Horizon 5: Hot Wheels Expansion is now live on the Microsoft Store, allowing players to create their own Hot Wheels monstrosity using over 80, distinct, snappable track pieces. Along with the new modular tracks, the expansion also introduces 10 new cars including the 2021 Hennessy Venom F6 and the 2000 Hot Wheels Deora II.

The expansion will be included in the Forza Horizon 5 Premium Edition, Expansions Bundle, and Premium Add-Ons Bundle. The expansion drops along with the July 19 update which fixes a number of bugs as well as improves the overall stability and performance issues of Forza Horizon 5.

The July 19 update adds a new Save Recovery System which will help players in case of lost save data. If a player loses their save data, they will now be shown a pop-up offering to restore a previous backup.

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Forza Horizon 5: Hot Wheels Expansion and July 19 Update

Hot Wheels Expansion

  • 156 Missions
  • 87 Eventlabs Probs
  • 42 Events
  • 45 Collectibles
  • 10 New Cars

July 19 Update

  • Save Recovery System
  • New Hot Wheels Semi-Slick Race Tyre Compound
  • Hot Wheels Spectraflame paint featuring 12 colours variation
  • 2 New Emotes: “Rawr” and “Snap!”
  • New Extreme E-Vehicles – Race Suits, Collectibles, Billboards and Race Dressing
  • 4 New Porsches to Unlock Festival Playlist
  • New Semi-Slick Race Tire: Hot Wheels Redline Compound
  • New Paints: 12 Spectraflame Colors
  • New Showcase Remix: “Shaken, Not Stirred”

Game Fixes

  • Fixed an issue that could cause the Win Screen timer to show 0 seconds when completing a Story Mission in Co-op
  • Fixed an issue that could cause players to timeout when joining an EventLab event in Co-op
  • Fixed an issue that could prevent players from getting challenged in Eliminator when displaying the Telemetry UI
  • Fixed an issue that could cause players to be kicked back to Freeroam during Horizon Open

 

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