Did you know that the latest Forza Horizon game features the biggest and largest map in the series?
In fact, the full size of the Forza Horizon 5 is 107km² or 41.3 mi², compared against the 71km² or 27.4mi² from the Forza Horizon 4 game.
That means it’s almost 50% bigger than the previous FH4’s map.
That looks quite like an advancement, doesn’t it?
How big is the map compared to other games?
To put it in perspective, here are some map sizes for comparison from other popular games:
- Forza Horizon 4 = 72km²
- Watch Dogs: Legion = 24km²
- GTA V = 81km²
- Assassin’s Creed Odyssey = 256km²
- Warzone = 9km²
The Mexican Map Variety
The overall map is made up of 11 distinct biomes that each provide a unique view of the Mexico landscape.
Moreover, the changing of seasons influences each of these biomes, and they will feel different depending on whether you’re in season or not.
For example, the city of Guanajuato brings a touch of the city’s history and architecture, while the jungle biome is a dense and humid rainforest.
All those diverse locations in the game provide an open, wide-open world for players to explore, adding to the excitement of speeding across the map or searching for those prestigious barn finds.
So there you have it, everything you need to know about the map size in Forza Horizon 5.
Whether you’re a newcomer or a returning player, we hope this article helped give you a better understanding of the game.
As always, happy driving!